|In strong artificial light comparable to sunlight (with top coat)|
|Just look at all that holo!!! :D|
|In strong artificial light (without top coat)|
|In artificial light|
|In daylight (on a cloudy day)|
|In shadow. You STILL see the holo if only tiny ;)|
|A comparison with Nubar's Reclaim.|
|I also did one coat over a nude polish. Quite nice actually! :)|
GOOD TO KNOW:
Type of polish: Holographic.
Colour: Light green with strong holographic effect.
Opacity: Quite poor. This is three thick coats.
Drying time: A bit on the slow side.
Formula: Good. Not thick but not thin either.
Brush: Ok. Average.
Shine: Very shiny. I'm showing both with and without a top coat in the pictures above.
Accurate colour, photo vs IRL: Accurate. What you see is what you get ;)
Grade: 5+++++/5 :D
In spite of the rather poor qualities you just have to love this polish! Just look at the first picture! :D
As a florist I don't understand the link to laurel though... To me a fresh laurel is mid or dark green, but maybe they thought of dry laurel leaves, you know that you have for cooking :)
|Dry laurel leaves|