When I do polish reviews and swatches, I like including both swatches on the nail and bottle shots because sometimes the two look very, very different. That was the case with all three polishes I tried from Candii Polished. I thought that they were opaque polishes, but they were all best layered.
My Mystery. I can't even remember how many layers this was. I think over 4. I couldn't get the VNL to go away. I thought this was a dark brown polish with a scattered holo, maybe a duochrome, but I couldn't achieve it.
Dahlia. I painted one nail with one layer of Dahlia and realized it was the same thing as My Mystery - a topper. So, I painted my nails with Pure Ice Black Rage, and put Dahlia on my ring finger and thumb, and My Mystery on the other fingers.
My Mystery imparts a golden/purple scattered holo, and Dahlia a silver/multi-colored scattered holo sprinkling. Barely. Color me disappointed, because I got hardly any bang for my buck.
I figured I was in for more of the same with Candii Polished Holo Moly! and I was right. I started with 2 coats of Revlon Spanish Moss and an accent of Holo Moly!
I added a couple of layers of Holo Moly! to all the fingers. Even after 4 coats, it barely covers. Spanish Moss looks pretty with the topcoat, though I think I would get similar results from a couple of coats of Chick Polish Hipster Chick.
If you're just getting into polish layering, these offer a pretty, if often subtle, scattered holo. But, my recommendation would be to just buy a bottle of China Glaze Fairy Dust if that's what you're looking for.
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