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A collection of common questions that tend to be asked over and over.
Holographic nail polish has a special effect pigment added that creates rainbows on your nails. The pigment deflects in different lighting to create a holographic effect. Best results are achieved in bright sunlight.
There are several types of holographic pigments including glitter: will dry textured on your nails, linear: normally made with spectra flair, scattered: multiple sized flakes that dry smooth on your nails and prismatic: mid sized particle in between linear and scatter.
Holographic nails in three ways. There’s something for everyone. One of Picture Polish’s trademarks is holo nail polish.
Whether it’s using scatter holo, linear holo, or holo glitter, all types of holographic elements produce stunning rainbow effects for your nails.
For full, pure holographic nail polish, Holo on Top! is a must-have shade. A silver scatter holo polish with flakes that dry smooth on the nail.
So as the bottle slogan says: ‘for rainbow nails put your holo on top!’
Taking the holographic effect to the next level means it’s time to talk about Holographic Nail Powder. With its mirror finish and packed pigments, no matter the angle, nails adorned with holographic powder are rainbow explosions of delight!
For up to two weeks of wear, Holo Curable Lacquer is an excellent choice. An alternative to gel polish and SNS nails, Picture Curable Lacquer, requires a Spaceship (LED Lamp) in addition to Glossy Top Coat. But since there’s no need for powders or special application techniques, Holo Curable Lacquer is as easy as simply painting your nails.
The best news about Picture Curable lacquer is the curing and removal process. After the lacquer has cured, it is dry, and after five minutes of soaking during removal, the lacquer comes off completely, therefore avoiding nail damage. Two weeks of wear and almost instantly dry nails that sparkle and shine in the sun? Amazing!
Wearing holo nails can become a hypnotizing distraction when the sun hits your nails. So stay safe and stylish, NPAs, and don’t be surprised if your nails turn a few heads during Zoom calls, even if it’s just your own!