Call Me Sexy Barbie®…..

We recently took a trip to the USS Hornet  so I figured since we would be outside what better polish to wear than my Layla holo. I usually like to layer my holos over a base color to intensify (and conserve the polish) them so I layered Layla Mercury Twilight over Essie No Place Like Chrome and magic happened…

 These babies were insanely shiny! They reminded me a a holographic foil or sticker, I must now try all my other Layla holos over chromes!!

 (USS Hornet in the background)
Then to make them more fancy I added ChG Broken Hearted and WnW Black Creme (dot is the same holo combo). The result made me feel like a sexy Barbie® lol…

Sadly almost all holo effects were lost when I applied the crackle but instead they gave a beautiful glow .

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4 Responses

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  2. Tanya says:

    I love the second nails. It looks professional. I really like them.

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  3. Andrea says:

    Holy Moly! I haven’t had much luck layering holos over base colors. But your combo is amazing!! I need to try them over a chrome. I love my Laylas. I think they are the most amazing holos. I hafta say, I’m not crazy about the crackle on top, though. But I’m sure it’s just me. I’m not too crazy about crackles over anything! :) Your color combo is very Barbie like, however!

    • I’m actually not a crackle fan (I keep buying them because theyre on clearance lol) but theres not much you can layer over a holo. In my head I imagined you could still see the pretty rainbow through the crackle and it would be awesome, but that didn’t work out haha.

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