Rating System: Poor, Okay, Average, Good, Excellent
Brand: Color Club
Collection: Halo Hues
3 Free: Yes
Animal Tested: No
Base Coat: Seche Vite Crystal Clear Base Coat
Top Coat: Seche Vite Fast Dry Top Coat
Price: $6.99 – $10 USD, $8 CAD, €6,30 EUR, £5 GBP
Availability: I stumbled across the Halo Hues collection on an end cap in the cosmetic section in Meijers while I was in the States. However, you can also find this on Amazon.com and the Color Club site.
My Two Cents: I only own one other bottle of Color Club polish, but this one sold me on the brand. I had been wanting to get my hands on Harp On It since I had heard about the Halo Hues impending release ages ago and I was very happy to find it. Perhaps the holographic trend isn’t for everyone, but I am loving all the holo nail polishes that have been coming out and Harp On It does not disappoint.
This is such a true holographic nail polish and really comes to life when accompanied with a super glossy top coat. While I like to wear Harp On It on it’s own, I could definitely see it being fun as accent or for nail art.
Tips: Start with a good base coat. If your nails have ridges you might even want to use a ridge filling base coat since an even surface will give you the best results with holographic polish. Be sure to finish with a high shine top coat which will not only protect your manicure but it will also give the holographic effect a little extra dazzle.
Something Similar: Nfu Oh – #61, Layla , GOSH – Holographic, OPI DS – Coronation, China Glaze – OMG, Glitter Gal 3D Holographic – Silver, Sally Hansen Nail Prisms – Diamond, Boots 17 – Holo, Urban Outfitters – Silver Holo.
I’m hoping to get my giveaway posted this week so keep an eye out for that. I’m trying to work out how I want to go about doing it as I’m a bit torn between using Rafflecopter again or not. Any thoughts? As always, thanks for reading and check back soon.