Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Barry M Molten Metal ~ Holographic Rocket


Barry M Molten Metal ~ Holographic Rocket
Lilac/lavender holographic

You probably already know by now that Barry M has made four holographic additions to the Molten Metal-collection! I bought all four of them, and there’s a link to the rest of them at the end of the post.  

This last one is a lovely lavender holographic. The formula is really good and I reached full opacity after two coats. The drying time is really good. I have to mention the great flat and wide brush. It just works like a charm on my nails.

I was in the mood for flowers. I added green grass on the tips on the nails with a green shimmer stamping polish from El Corazón called “Emerald Bay”. The two flowers are made with the white polish from El Corazón’s “Iron Hard”-collection with the number 418/1. The dot in the middle is made with China Glaze’s “Boujee Board”.

This is the final manicure, including a layer of topcoat. The photo is taken in the sun.

Barry M Molten Metal ~ Holographic Rocket

I like the colour combo a lot.
Here’s two coats of “Holographic Rocket” on its own; no topcoat yet.

Barry M Molten Metal ~ Holographic Rocket

Here are the four polishes I used:

Barry M: Holographic Rocket; El Corazón: Emerald Bay; El Corazón Iron Hard: 418/1; China Glaze: Boujee Board
Barry M: Holographic Rocket; El Corazón: Emerald Bay;
El Corazón Iron Hard: 418/1; China Glaze: Boujee Board

Here are the links to the other three new holographic Molten Metal polishes:
Holographic Moon
Holographic Flare


Number of coats: 2
Drying time: Really good
Finish: Holo
Overall impression: Really good formula, great polish, good colour!
Buy again: Yes

4 comments:

  1. Oh Barry M ... I miss the days when I'd do swaps for them. This holo is very pretty.

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  2. I fall for holographic polishes... and purple is one of my favourite colours... so, definitely yes to Holographic Rocket :-)

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