Hi everyone! Today I have a gorgeous holo to share with you! If only we had sun instead of snow so I could really show it off!
Colors by Llarowe Young Turks is a turquoise linear holo. This nail polish has an excellent formula. One coat is quite opaque but may show a little visible nail line. It’s hard to tell with all that holo bling, but I did two coats and was very happy. I think this would make a great stamping nail polish too.
I’ve had this on since Sunday so today when I wanted to take some photos I had a bit of tip wear, so I put on a third coat for the photos. Three coats is not at all necessary, I just wanted to have nicer looking photos. This nail polish is so bling-y even in my regular office lighting. I just can’t stop staring at my nails!
Colors by Llarowe holos are not finicky at all. I just used my regular base coat and I used Glisten & Glow’s HK Girl topcoat and it didn’t dull the holo effect at all. That’s a really great topcoat too!
Colors by Llarowe Young Turks, 3 coats plus topcoat. (3 coats only used for photos, 1-2 coats is all that is needed)
In the lightbox…
In my office lighting. Regular overhead lighting, no flash…
By a window in overcast/snowing skies…
Well, there we have it!
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2 thoughts on “Colors by Llarowe – Young Turks”
What a gorgeous color! I love your photos! I find out about so many new colors from you!
Awww, thanks so much!