To create this look, I used Lilypad Lacquer Lunar Lights with accents of Nailant Havfrue. Lunar Lights was in the September What's Indie Box, and I was in love the minute I saw it. Havfrue came from a indie polish maker swap that Stinna, aka Nailant, and I participated in during the fall. I'm so lucky that she likes me and gives me her goodies because I just love every single Nailant polish I own!
Havfrue is a gorgeous medium blue holographic with gold and green micro flakies. I used three coats, which applied super easily without any need for cleanup. I only needed one coat of topcoat to make it glossy. Removal was normal but without the staining you often see with blues.
Lunar Lights is an off-white linear holographic with a significant amount of gold flakies. White holos are pretty much impossible to make, so this one has a slight bit of greying to it like most others. The holo is linear, but it's pretty faint - most likely due to the fact that Nicole wanted to make sure the polish kept its color. It's a tad thick because it's got a lot of flakies in it, but it didn't really make application difficult. I used three thin coats and one coat of topcoat on all of my nails except the index finger. On my middle and ring fingers, I sponged on a gradient using both Havfrue and Lunar Lights.