I had Hits Hera in my stash for a while and didn't want to use any of my holo polish until it was sunny. I checked the weather last night and today's forecast was 55 and sunny. Thank goodness for this weather. The Wyoming winter was getting old.
But I digress...
I pulled out my Hits Hera and went to work polishing. First off let me tell you the application was amazing. The only problem I had was the brush wasn't the best. But it wasn't the worst either. I managed.
I applied a base coat of Seche Vite and two coats of this happiness in a bottle called Hits "Hera."
It was after dark when I applied the wonderful teal holo to my nails. I placed my hands under an artificial light and was astounded at the glimmer, shimmer and pure holographic joy that was on my fingertips. Then I applied a top coat of Seche Vite. I had read several posts on the Internet that top coats dulled the "holo" in holographic polishes. I sure didn't notice if it did.
I stared at my manicure a couple of hours and then went to bed and dreamed of rainbows, glitter and all that is good (Okay, I made this part up.)
As I walked to my car to go to work this morning I held my hand out to admire my new polish. WOW! If it was glimmery and shimmery at night then in daylight it was pure heaven and stars.
I can't wait to try my other Hits polishes. The weather is supposed to be glorious through the middle of next week. :)
I tried to capture the brilliance of this polish with the camera but somethings, like rainbows, simply can't be captured.
This polish was purchased by me and the opinions given are my own.