Hello Loves! I have a few gorgeous Girly Bits holographic polishes to show you today. This sampling of incredibly beautiful polishes includes three from the upcoming release and two equally amazing older offerings.
Let's start with the beauties in that will be released on June 19, 2014. This may be my favorite of this release and the name suits it perfectly! No Such Thing as a Purple Problem is a royal purple base with scattered holographic shimmer. It absolutely explodes with color in direct light! I have swatched two coats here with one coat of Out the Door top coat.
The next polish I have to show you is from the 80s Girl Bands Collection. I'm Your Venus is an amazing copper base with a linear holographic effect. The holo is much stronger in person - my camera didn't want to capture it in all it's glory. The second photo shows it a bit better than the first. The application on this one is as expected from Girly Bits - the polish glides on smoothly and effortlessly. This one can be worn in two coats, but I chose to go with three here. This is without top coat.
The next polish I have to show you from the 80s Girl Bands collection is my favorite! Betty Davis Eyes is a finely textured, white silver polish with scattered holographic bits and a blue and pink shimmer. It is simply loaded with amazing dimension. My brain doesn't know what to do with it, so I'm not surprised that my camera didn't either. I was able to capture the texture, but not the shimmer. This one applies nicely - extremely well for a texture - and covers in two coats. I used three here.
I did manage to capture a bit of the shimmer in this failed macro shot. Funny how that works sometimes. :) I should also note that two layers of top coat will make this one completely smooth and bring out the shimmer if you aren't a fan of textures.
These next two are from previous releases, but too pretty to leave out of this post! First up is Bachelors Button. This is a pretty blue holo that almost leans periwinkle. The holo is linear but quite subtle, making this a very delicate polish in appearance. Like most Girly Bits lacquers, application is nice and the formula is flawless. This is three thin coats.
Finally, I have one that I have debated ordering for a while because I knew I would want to show it to you, but the name made me pause. Pam decided it was time for this beauty to be mine and included it with the last round of press samples. She was right, it certainly belongs in my collection! D!ck In a Box is gunmetal grey base with a strong holographic shift. I absolutely adore it and it has just become my favorite holo in my collection! I love how the holo shift makes it take on a slightly olive tone next to my fair skin. Simply beautiful!
Be sure to mark your calendar for June 19th for the 80s Girl Bands collection release as long as three bonus colors (including There's No Such Thing as a Purple Problem). Check out the other shades in the collection here!
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Are any of these beauties calling your name? I personally love them all! You're pretty much guaranteed to see these beauties as part of gel sandwich manis here in the future!
*The polishes featured in this post were provided by Girly Bits Cosmetics for my honest review.