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I know, I know it’s Winter! But I have some of the gorgeous fall holos from Indigo Bananas to show you and they will transition beautifully into the Holiday and Winter season so if you haven’t snagged them yet – you’ll want to get on that!
Ok, ok, ok! I’m moving onto the holo’est holos I own right now. Now, we all know that holo polishes are not my “go-to” but sometimes even I can’t resist a mega-holo of epic proportions which is why I *had* to pick up a couple of the Indigo Bananas fall holos (in actuality I ordered one and the amazingly awesome Indigo Bananas’ maker included two others as a special treat, and boy, am I glad she did. My polish collection wouldn’t have been the same without them!)
First up is the amazing Rhythm and Booze:
Rhythm and Blues is a royal purple linear holographic polish. It’s got a rich fantastic color and the holographic flame even if artificial lighting is spectacular!
This polish was really good formula wise. I used two thin coats and they didn’t drag or pull. I could have gone for another coat and it would have deepened the color even further but I was really happy at this level of awesome. This is shown with topcoat.
Next up is Polish of Unusual Quality (or POUQ for short):
Ok I admit I drooled a little when I saw this one. This deep dark magenta is truly breathtaking. By far and away the strongest holographic flame in my entire collection.
Seriously, I love this color so much and I can’t wait to use it in a nail art look. The application was perfection. None of the issues that I typically find with holographic polishes. Indigo Bananas does have a possible stain warning on this polish however I did not have a problem with staining. Pictures show two coats plus topcoat.
Last up is my favorite. Synonym Bun!
Synonym Bun is a gorgeous rich cinnamon holographic polish. The cool thing about this one though is that it has two different looks depending on whether you use topcoat or not. If you want a traditional holographic flame then the no-topcoat look is for you. If you like those deep velvety-looking holographic polishes then definitely add topcoat! I like both looks and can see using both in the future.
This polish applied perfectly as the other two. I didn’t have streaks or drags or anything like that. Also, just like POUQ Indigo Bananas does have a stain warning on this listing but I did not experience any staining for the time that I wore it. I would recommend a good basecoat, however, if you are prone to staining. Because it is a rich deep color with a lot of red in it clean up around the cuticle is a bit of a challenge, but moisturizing ahead of time and/or using a barrier may assist.
I highly recommend picking up these and a bunch more Indigo Bananas polishes. I have been completely happy with everyone that I have ever received. I’ll include all the pertinent links below!