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Best Holo Ever – Nfu Oh 61 Can Take On Minx Hologram Nails

By on August 1, 2010
in Holographic Shimmer, Nfu Oh, Silver
nfu-oh-61-aqua-base-nail-polish-bottles You guys, I’ve reached holographic nail nirvana thanks to Nfu Oh!

As you may remember I received my first Nfu Oh haul a few weeks back and I’ve been dying to wear the holo, #61, but had to wait until the Aqua Base came back in stock.  Well my second order arrived on Thursday so naturally my weekend manicure choice was Nuf Oh 61!

I wasn’t sure what to expect based on the polish’s bland appearance in the bottle but on the nail, this baby can give Hologram Minx a run for its money.   Ever since Beyonce rocked golden holographic Minx at the Grammy Awards fanatics have been trying to replicate the look.  Well, consider #61 the silver version of those nails at a fraction of the cost.

Beyonce-Knowles-Grammy-Awards-Gold-Hologram-Minx-nails I’ve seen quite a few YouTubers attempt to replicate Beyonce’s look and of them all, Miss80Million did it best with her “Counterfeit Nails.”

However, if you don’t want to try mixing, layering and blending colors, just snap up a bottle of this Nfu Oh instead.

Pictures can’t really do Nfu Oh 61 justice but I took a stab at trying capture its prismatic goodness for you.  What truly wowed me about this polish, outside of it being the most holographic shade I’ve worn, is the base color.  The silvery base is so reflective you would almost think I’m wearing Minx.  And in the sunlight, well all I can say is, “Shut it down!”  This takes bling to a whole new level.




The only drawback to the Nfu Oh holographic series is that you MUST use the Aqua Base with them. I tried applying #61 over a few different base coats and it was a streaky patchy nightmare with all of them. The Aqua Base makes all the difference people. INVEST!

Application tips: The Aqua Base and holographic polishes are a bit thick and tricky to apply. Use thin, even coats to avoid a lumpy finish. Believe me, the extra effort is well worth it.  Also, don’t panic if the finish looks cloudy when you apply top coat.  It will return to its holo state once the top coat dries.

Nuf Oh polishes and Aqua Base can be purchased online at Nfu Oh polishes and treatments retail for $12.50/ea for a .6oz bottle. Shipping is FREE to US residents on FabulouStreet.

Who’s itching to place a Nfu Oh order? Where are my fellow #61 fans?  Have you found a base coat other than the Aqua Base that works as well?  While there is no gold, that I know of, would the peachy #62 make a good stand in?

Disclosure: I purchased both products myself from FabulouStreet. For more info view my Disclosure Policy.

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  1. Belle says:

    I have about 15 NFU-OH polishes but haven’t tried their holos. Now with your review I think I have to have them! Agh! So blingy and pretty!

  2. amusedPolish says:

    I only have the china glaze holos (so far, the nfu.oh’s are on its way to me ^^) but I found out that using thicker coats and painting quickly would probably do the same. I’ve tried it with the omg collection by china glaze and mostly I only need to paint 1 or 2 coats to reach opacity

  3. Megan says:

    I NEED THIS COLOR!! And #65. *sigh* Nfu Oh is THE go-to holo polish.

  4. Amanda says:

    Finally I’m going to be able to wear this color! I have a bottle of #61 that I gave up on because of the streakiness when I applied it. Thanks to this post I now know to wear Aqua Base under it, and I’m sure that’s going to make a world of difference. Heading to the website to buy a bottle.

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      Yeah, I had no idea it was so crucial until a reader recommended it here. Good thing too. I was really pissed at the polish when I first tried it on

  5. Barb says:

    How does this compare to Sexagon from China Glaze?? Kinda looks the same to me. I am going to go check out all their colors. I only have 3 NfuOh bottles and I wasnt impressed with them. When ordering the color that is on the bottle is not what went on my nails. Like I got a turquoise bottle and it went on purple LOL

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      Sexagon has bigger pieces in it whereas 61 has finer shimmer making it much more holo IMO. OMG may be more comparable to 61 but I don’t own it. The only silver holos I own are OPI DS Shimmer, China Glaze Wireless Holo Top Coat and OPI Paris Couture For Sure Top Coat and none of those come close.

  6. Kitty says:

    Wow! I love holo polishes and this is definitely something I’m thinking of getting now. I wonder how it is compared to GOSH? From pictures, GOSH is really holographic as well. Thanks for the swatch!

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      I don’t have access to GOSH so I have no idea. If you find out if they’re similar, let me know.

      • goldenankh says:

        GOSH, #61, and Chanel Holographic are almost identical. The GOSH seems slightly grittier, closer to the SH Magicals Crystal Ball, but using the Aqua Base with #61 makes it identical to the Chanel (with it’s fixing base coat).

    • Debbie says:

      My first though on seeing this was how it would compare with the GOSH holo which frankly is awesome. Although what is awesome to UK nail types compared to what our sisters over the pond can get their hands on might not be in the same league at all!

  7. Erin says:

    MAN I need to do a Nfu Oh order ASAP!!!!! I don’t know how I’ve held out this long! This is really gorgeous, and I’m pretty sure I *need* it.

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      Seriously, I don’t know WHY I waited so long to order. I didn’t want to get into another brand but these are so worth it for me.

  8. OOOHHHH my that is so pretty! Would you mind comparing it to China Glaze OMG just as a reference? And can’t wait to see the rest of your Nfu-Oh swatches!

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      I wish I could but I don’t have OMG. I have a bunch of the OMG collection polishes but never got that one.

      • Darn it, I could have sworn I saw it on here once! Anyway, that seems kind of strange that you have to use their own special base coat for their holos…but thanks for letting us know! This sounds a little rude and I don’t mean it to sound irritated or anything, but do you think they do this on purpose to make more money? I’m not trying to attack Nfu-Oh here, it just seems strange to me.

        I’m glad that reader tipped you off…although now it just means one more polish I have to buy lol!

        • All Lacquered Up says:

          I may have had it at one point and given it away. Or it could be lost in the abyss somewhere.

          You’re not rude to ask. I see what you’re saying. You could say the same thing of Zoya and their color lock system. It really is the best way to get long lasting wear out of their polishes. While it makes sense for a brand to develop products to work with their polishes, if NOTHING else works, it seems like they should reformulate the polish.

          • Haha the abyss…

            I’m glad you understood what I was saying…but I agree, if NOTHING else works, maybe they should get a new formula. Anyway, great swatch, as always!

      • michelle says:

        I just got the OMG in the mail. I ordered 3 of them. They look very similar in the bottle.

  9. Pau says:

    have you tried the aqua base with the ChG holos? because I love those but they chip awfully fast on me, I might invest in the base just for the sake of being able to use it with several holos.

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      I just got it on Thursday so I haven’t had a chance to try it out with anything besides #61 but thanks for the suggestion.

    • goldenankh says:

      I have tried it, and had problems getting the ChG OMG polishes to apply properly. The ChG Kaleidoscopes applied all patchy, as well.

  10. Strega_syria says:

    wow *_*
    looks very similar to china glaze “visit me in prism” to me.
    do you think that others nfu.oh also work better with the aqua base?

  11. Sara says:

    You can’t China Glaze OMG, except on ebay. And it cost $13-$20, you can just get the Nfu-Oh for that. Plus your polish won’t be 2 years old.

    • AkashaGermaine says:

      If you know a pro ask them to look at their supply house. My sister is a nail tech and we just saw a whole rack of the OMG collection, with plenty of OMG. Got OPI’s Pink of Hearts 2010 instead (gotta support the Tatas!). And the two year ‘expiration’ is after opening.

  12. Emma says:

    Woow,What a nice holo!

  13. Lauren says:

    This definitely looks cool, and I’ve always heard really great things about Nfu Oh. I just don’t think the hologram look is my deal :)

  14. rinni says:

    I have and love 61! :D

    There is a super easy way to apply this polish without Aqua Base! Instead of applying this normally, apply it thick and pretty much glob it on. Even if you don’t apply it very well and it’s bumpy when wet, it always dries perfectly flat to the nail. It’s amazing! (It does dry very thin though, so if you have ridges, they’d be visible.) If you notice a bald spot after you’re done, you can just paint over it with a little more. The new polish always blends in. Not to mention the fact that it dries faster than any other polish I’ve ever used. I want all the holos, they are awesome!

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      Thanks for the tip. Are you using any base coat or none at all? It goes against my nature to glob on the polish but if it works, bonus!

      • rinni says:

        You’re welcome! I don’t use a base coat with this one. When I originally got it, I tried it with a base coat (Stickey) and couldn’t get it to go on nicely, but that was before I tried putting it on thick. I haven’t tried using a base coat with it in a while, so I might give it a shot again one of these days.

  15. Dawn says:

    Looks interesting. My favorite is IMN Out the Door Northern Lights Holographic Fast Drying Top Coat. It is a fast-drying, non-yellowing top coat that adds a dazzling array of colorful, 3-Dimensional accents, adding depth and brilliance. I discovered it at my hair salon & used it ever since. It can be the top coat on ANY polish. I always being asked what the color is. I prefer the silver but it also comes in gold. Sizes are .5 oz & 1/8 oz for travel.

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      I forgot about the Northern Lights top coats. I think I have the gold somewhere. I didn’t get the silver because I have China Glaze Wireless

  16. Kristen says:

    Nfu-Oh #61 rocks! I don’t have the Aqua Base, but I’ve never had a problem with this or any of my Nfu-Ohs over my regular basecoat–Dermelect Makeover (with a layer of Dermelect Launchpad underneath that). Of course, the Dermelect is waaaay pricier than the Aqua Base, so of course if you’re going to invest in a specific BC for your Nfu-Ohs, Aqua Base would probably be the better choice.

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      You know, I met someone from Dermelect at Cosmoprof and I’m so curious about their nail treatment line. I’ve read some great things about it and the ingredients. Do you see a noticeable improvement from using their system?

      • Kristen says:

        I really do. I have eight nails that grow well but always manage to break when they get to a certain length and two that I have a *lot* of trouble with (I can never get them past the edge of my fingers before they’re toast). Since I began using Dermelect 3 months ago, I’ve had to regularly take off length on my good eight because they grow so strong and don’t break (knock wood!), my one problem child is now almost as good as my good eight (and I expect it to be as good soon), and my other problem child is starting to come along as well. I’ve tried a lot of other strengtheners (OPI, nubar, NailTek, Orly, Gelous, Barielle), and this is one that’s worked for me.

        • Kristen says:

          I forgot to say…I’d be interested in hearing your impression of them from talking to them at Cosmoprof.

  17. Mel says:

    I. LOVE this.

  18. Winnie says:

    I’d been waiting for your swatches to place an order, but after seeing this, I can’t wait for the rest, had to have it NOW! I ordered #40,51,52,61,62 & the Aqua Base Coat. Your nails look amazing! I’m so excited, I can’t wait to get my order now! Can I use more exclamation points in this post?!?!

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      Sounds like you made some great choices. I’m sorry I didn’t get the other swatches up earlier. Between my trips and stuff it’s been hard to get everything up. I know people want to see the new Fall stuff and the stuff I’ve hauled recently. It’s hard to decide what the best order is.

      • Winnie says:

        Oh, no worries about that! I got so excited from seeing this polish, I just went for it. I’m sure I’ll be happy with what I ordered and I’ll probably want more when you get a chance to post the other swatches. I know you’ve been busy busy busy lately! Thanks for the thought though, I can’t imagine it’s easy to decide what to swatch when there are so many choices sometimes. I’ve already picked my OPI colors from the Swiss Collection and more than half of the CG Vintage Vixen collection based on your swatches, so obviously I wasn’t too sad waiting on the Nfu Oh, right?
        Just keep doing what you’re doing and I’ll keep… buying more polishes based on your swatches, which are the best, IMO!

  19. karel says:

    This looks just like one of the Sally Hansen Magical Nail Makeup polishes from a few years back. Those are still my favorite polishes of all time.

    • Ashley says:

      This is what I was thinking too…I couldn’t remember the name, but I knew that Sally Hansen had a whole line of polishes that looked identical to this. I wonder if those are still around…?

      • karel says:

        They quit making them a few years ago. I got lucky about three years ago and found them at a discount store, packaged 6 to a bag for $6. I bought three of them but between my kids and me, I’ve used them all up. It’s nice to know that there are alternatives now.

  20. Medusa says:

    Hello -

    I am on the Fabulous Street web site and have found polish #61 but can’t find the Aqua Base anywhere (and there is no Search function).

    Would you be able to post a direct link to where Aqua Base is on the web site?


    • Winnie says:

      Actually, I just ordered it earlier today, and you could get there from the Nail Lacquers tab, and now you can’t, so I’m guessing that either they’re out of stock again, or there’s a computer glitch of some kind. I’d say check back, or you could contact them, good luck!

  21. Devin says:

    I am dying looking at all this nfu oh goodness! I really want to break down, but just don’t know about that price. They look soooo good though!!!

  22. goldenankh says:

    I am a silver holo freak, and have tried quite a few different base coats, and alternate ways of applying this polish. I will only use the Aqua Base with it, 2 coats over 1 coat of NailTek II Foundation, and then I use however many coats of #61 I feel like applying (normally 2 or 3) and then top it off with one coat of Sally Hansen Hard as Wraps or Hard as Nails (doesn’t dull the holoness as much as other top coats do.)

    It’s the same with Chanel Holographic, and Gosh Holographic. This type of polish needs something incredibly smooth for the particles to settle properly, I think. When I have not used the Aqua Base, I have been extremely disappointed because it is either extremely patchy, or extremely DULL, and I take it right off and reapply using the Aqua Base.

  23. moeysullivan says:

    I would wreck my car if I wore that stuff. I would never look at anything but my holo nails on the steering wheel! Fascinating!

  24. kiki says:

    oooh! pretty!

    but how is removal? anything like removing glitter np?

  25. Oh man! still looking to find a store in western canada that sells NFu Oh. I personally hate buying nail polishes online… the colors are just never what they in person. But If i do find some, Nfu Oh Holographics are on my MUST BUY list for sure!!!


  26. Michelle says:

    Which topcoat did you use? Thanks!

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      I didn’t use a top coat for the pics but just to see what would happen I applied CND Super Shiney over one nail and Seche Vite over another and didn’t have any issues with the polish dulling. Once it was dry it was just as blingy. Though I might try Susana’s suggestion of using China Glaze Wireless Top Coat over it since it’s a holographic top coat. Out The Door Northern Lights would be another good idea. They have that at Sally’s.

  27. V. says:

    as soon as i read about this i rushed over to Fabulous Street to place an order, but alas, i was too late and both Aqua Base and 061 were sold out! :(

  28. del says:

    I’ve been using all 6 holo colours in the salon for over a year now and during the summer season they are the most popular choices.
    Sticky base coat from CND is a good allternative base coat, just make sure the base and inbetween layers are competly dry before applying the next coats.Thin coats are the key.
    Not sure if they can be compared to minx, as minx still has the edge on the true metalic look but the hologrphic effect is more apparent on the holo polish.
    Warn your clients to watch the road and not their hands when leaving, one client very nearly crashed her car after having the pink holo lol.

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      Thanks for sharing! I tried it over Stickey but it applied so patchy. Maybe I didn’t wait long enough.

  29. Susana says:

    It looks very similar to Gosh Holographic… I got that one this summer and it’s blingtastic.

    My top coat trick: the Wireless TC from China Glaze protects your mani without dulling the holo effect. Mine lasts 2-3 days with it (impressive for a holo).

  30. KatieM says:

    I must be coming out of my nail slump because I am loving this and will be placing another nfu-oh order today! Thanks for the stunning swatches & the Aqua Base tip.

    I’m guessing this is the aqua colored base coat link:

  31. KatieM says:

    oops here it is, but it’s out of stock (looks like that happens a lot, so I’m ordering 2)
    Apply Aqua Base : For Hologram Colors(#61~66):

    Email FS the customer service is fantastic, seriously the best I’ve dealt with.

  32. Janine says:

    Can someone please tell me where to find the Aqua Base on that god-awful website? I searched everywhere…their descriptions are horrible.

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      It’s normally listed in the base & top coat section under Nail Polishes but it looks like it is sold out. It was sold out when I initially tried to buy it as well so I used their contact form to email the company and they let me know when it was back in stock. Since shipping is free, you can order the polishes you want now and play with the holos and different base coats and see if you can get something else to work with it. If not, order the Aqua Base when it comes back in.

  33. shuzluva says:

    O.M.G. This is stunning, and after reading Scrangie’s review, I was really reluctant to dive in to Nfu-Oh.

    BUT NOW THEY’RE SOLD OUT XP. I’m hoping they restock quickly, I really love this holo.

  34. Jackie S. says:

    I love this polish!

  35. Meika says:

    Lovely! I have #61 and the green colored one but didn’t have the aqua base coat so they were just sitting there looking at me, feeling neglected. Lol. Let me go order the base coat while its in stock.

  36. I love this, they are just so pricey plus it’s sold out!

  37. brenda howell says:

    WAAAHHH !!!
    #61 and the aqua base are sold out !!!

  38. Chynna says:

    I love the Nfu-Oh holos and the Aqua Base. I also use the Aqua base for my Suedes and Mattes, since I felt silly spending so much on a base just for one finish. I end up using a TC, then doing another layer of the holo over that.

  39. All Lacquered Up says:

    For those of you that are interested in buying the Aqua Base or #61, I heard back from FabulouStreet and they will have more stock in by the middle/end of next week.

  40. Martina says:

    Omg I’m super jealous. I doubt there’s an international shipping to MY country but I’m really dying to have this thing. Oh and Michelle this blog is amazing. I just wish to have so many polishes. Ugh.

  41. Sarah says:

    Maybelline used to have a polish that had a base coat like this. I think it was called “Mirror Finish” or something like that. The silver was extremely metallic and reflective. You actually *could* see yourself in them. It didn’t look glittery, it was smooth like Minx. I haven’t seen it in years though.

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  43. Kira says:

    In my experience, Aqua Base gave me really poor wear, massive chipping within hours of application.

    I have better success with Barielle Ridge Filler Base. I just have to avert my eyes after the first holo coat, because it looks awful. The second coat evens out beautifully.

    #62 holo has no gold, though it is the “warmest” holo that Nfu-Oh currently produces. It would be my favorite holo … Color Club’s “Love ‘em Leave ‘em” runs in second.

  44. Amoreau25 says:

    I have been to the site and they are still sold out.

    Does anyone know when they are going be back in stock??

    Does anyone know if there are any other websites that sell them?

    Or do any of the national beauty supply stores (i live in So. Cal if that helps) stock it?
    I never heard of the brand until now & now I’m In love!!:-))

  45. Winnie says:

    Following up here.

    Received my order (talk about fast service!) and could barely wait to check things out. I’m in love with all of my choices and will definitely be buying more.

    I wanted to chime in regarding the hopes that #62 might be a reasonable gold minx substitute. Sadly, no go (although it does have the same amazing holo finish as #61 does). It’s more of a warm champagney-taupe. Riffling through my collection, the closest pals of this color that I own would be Color Club’s Love ‘Em, Leave ‘Em (which I see someone else mentioned as a fav!), but #62 seems to have a slightly rosier base. Then comparing to Orly Rage (which I thought might be similar in base color, but not quite, although it is the closest in my stash), and CG Stellar and Swing Baby, all are a bit more golden.

    And finally, OPI’s Opening Night Gold, while I don’t own it so I can’t say for sure, but going by memory, that might be a decent comparison for #62.

    Regardless, I absolutely love it, the holographic flash is definitely more gold than any other holos I own.

    Sorry for being so long-winded, I was just so darn excited about this polish!

  46. michelle says:

    Ok this is weird! I got mine in the mail a few days ago. Then today I see this article on your website. Too funny! I was so glad to read it because like you said, in the bottle, it really just looks silver. So I just put the aqua base on now I’m going to put this awesome color on. So EXCITED!!!

  47. Lucy says:

    I was just looking at your swatch of this gorgeous colour and feeling very sad because I’ve never seen it in the UK. However I’ve just checked the exhibitors list for a trade show I’m going to in September and discovered that NFU Oh are exhibiting there this year!!!! I nearly burst with excitement (actually the kids came running to see what the screaming was about!) Thank you so much for your fantastic blog, I am going to the show armed with a shopping list based on your reviews! :)

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      Oh that’s exciting. You’ll have to let me know what you see at the show. Happy shopping!

  48. michelle says:

    Can anyone tell me what the difference between nfu oh’s #61 and #66? On the website it looks the same to me. Thanks ;)

  49. Tiff says:

    What topcoat did you use with this?

    I just ordered #61 and #63 and I can’t wait!! I wish I could order more but they are pricey :/

  50. luke says:

    where can I get the nfu-oh holographic colors??

  51. LElyse says:

    I finally painted my nails with this last night but used Seche Base. (It hasn’t failed me yet, so why mess with success?) Although the first coat had me worried–it looked a bit uneven and patchy–after two the polish was smooth and perfect! So there is an alternative to the Aqua Base.

  52. Frida says:

    i have looked liek 50 places online, and i cant find it anywhere!!!

  53. Beauty Addict says:

    It’s so strange how tricky those holographic polishes can be to apply, but I found that if you apply the polish really, really quick on your nails it works just fine! I’ll try the aqua base and see if it makes any difference! Thanks for the tip!!

    I found a great holographic nail polish at Make Up Store. It’s gorgeous! I did o review on it on my Blog if you’re interested.

  54. Isabella says:

    hey guys, can anyone tell me where i can find this?? Ive looked all over the place and i simply cannot find it anywhere! ive also looked for China glaze’s and Chanel’s…no luck there either…anyone?

  55. Alice says:

    I LOVE this color!! Where can I order it?

  56. Joni says:

    You can buy this as she has already stated at

    Also someone earlier asked the difference between #61 and #66 While #61 is silver based, #66 is Green based.

    I also own #60 and GS14 in this brand. I am about to order #51 and #52.

    They are so amazing!!!

  57. TraceyJoy says:

    after a long wait #61 is back in stock and I got myself a botte. It sold out so fast. I mean it was literally a few minutes. The site almost crashed. It’s on it’s way to me. I can’t wait. Nfu Oh is the best polish ever. I have #65 which is the most beautiful blue holo ever. I have #66 which is like a aqua marine green holo another beauty. I want at least 2 bottles of each holo, if they could stay in stock, lol. I think #121 my be my next order.

  58. catina says:

    they sold our again! i was just on fabulousstreet. will they make more? how do you when they are restocked? aaaahhhhhh!

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      I would email FabulouStreet and have them add you to their email update list. They do restock all the colors, I just don’t know the schedule for it.

  59. Medusa says:

    I thought this would be a perfect manicure for today, the 4th Of July. I wasn’t wrong!

    I hadn’t yet tried this color since buying it upon your recommendation. I also bought the Aqua Base.

    I definitely had to use 2 coats of the Nfu Oh #61. I didn’t use a top coat.

    Wow! This is awesome! I’m really glad I bought this.

  60. Cass says:

    Back in stock as of 4:55pm EST today – snatched up two bottles and a bottle of Aqua base. So far (it’s 5:20pm EST now) it’s still available. Apparently the last restock sold out in around a half hour, so if you’re still looking to pick some up get out there now!

  61. I *just* got #61 and the aqua base in the mail today BOOYAH! I had ordered #63 and some flakies but these were OOS.

    FabulouStreet is definitely worthy of their namesake! I think this will be my mani next week!

    Linear Holos are incredible!!

  62. arianamarie says:

    i ordered #62 and got it saturday. omg i love it. and i didnt get the aqua base but i think i will soon. i have a few streaks but its not that bad without it[the base]

    loveeeee itttt

  63. Mia says:

    Just got it and I must say I am really disappointed, it looks so boring. Are there different batches?

    • All Lacquered Up says:

      Oh no, I’m so sorry! I don’t know why it would be different

      • Mia says:

        I;ll give it a try, but in the bottle it just looks like silver nailpolish. Hopefully the holo goodness just shows up on the nail and not in the bottle ;)

  64. Chilli says:

    Yes to Mia. it’s not as holo as the old version but still very holo. I emailed them and they said that they’ve changed their formula. =(

  65. Lea says:

    Is it true that the formula has changed? I just got the #61 today and it’s not as spectacular as it is in your photos. Does your polish have no holo in normal, indoor lighting? I see the holo a bit when near light sources like lamps, etc. I haven’t seen it in the sunlight yet though.

  66. Medusa says:

    WHY did they change their formula?!?!

  67. Barbara says:

    did you ever experience issues with the login page on fabuloustreet? when i login and then go to the lacquer page it logs me out. when i add the item to my cart i have to login again which doesn’t let me do so -___- fml. losing hope LOL
    dannggggittt. this polish is gorgeous