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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Kleancolor Orange Holo (10/06/2010)

This NOTD is inspired by the base color, a Jennifer nail lacquer, that my friend picked up for me on her tour of the South of France.  She wanted to get this one because she's originally from New York and she had to go all the way to Paris to find something with the description Beauty from New York; the name of this color is Orange. We had a good laugh and since I didn't already own an orange frost I really wanted to try to figure out what to do with it.  

Let me say, however, that orange is my least favorite color to wear, but I also own an orange jelly that I'd never worn so I came up with this combo.There's something very sparkly and delicious about this Kleancolor's Orange Holo; I layered this on top. 

Oh, and by the way, if you don't know what to do with your frosts - layer them underneath a holo glitter and none will be the wiser!

Wahlah!  I introduce to you Holo Orange over Orange frost: 

Looks much more holo in person. (see next shot)
The frost base actually adds a shimmering depth to the finished look which is really pretty.  So don't throw out your frosts - LAYER THEM!

Dark shot for holo effect; difficult to photograph.
Holo Orange is a jelly and really can stand alone at about three (or four) coats. 

Here's a macro shot which shows the sparkleliciousness of it all!

Hope you enjoyed this post and have an awesomely, well-polished afternoon!


  1. this is gorgeous! what an interesting color!

  2. This is awesome bc I'm not ready to throw out my frosts, but I'm not wearing them either. I know I can also use them as a base for glitter. I will definitely try this with the next kleancolor holo I wear. Thanks so much for the tip!

  3. Oh, and in response to your question about the rain, yep, after a number of perfect sunny days (while you guys had overcast weather), the clouds finally made it over the mountains to us. Now it's cooold too, brrr!

  4. @Toesthattwinkle! - TY...

    @ABOP - This weather is getting stranger and stranger, huh?


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