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China Glaze Hologlam Holographic Lacquers Review

It's like something out of another universe! Holographic Nailpolish! Take your summer manicure out of this world with China Glaze Hologlam. This new 12-piece collection features beautiful, shimmering, holographic nail lacquers.  

How do they do it? Hologlam uses reflective, holographic particles to capture light and transform nails into amazing, ever-changing visual effects. With a strong linear finish whether indoor or shining bright in the sun, China Glaze Hologlam bends and changes, creating an illuminated three-dimensional, traveling color effect across the nail. Check out the dark and dreamy When Stars Collide, shown above. The bright and beautiful Infra-Red is shown below.

This collection is really different and is perfect for summer. I love the shimmers that you can catch in different kinds of light. The bright sun is the perfect compliment to the Hologlam colors. The China Glaze Hologlam collection features 12 futuristic shades, including:

Get Outta My Space :: powdered violet
Astro-Hot :: soft, baby pink
Infra-Red :: warm, magenta pink
When Stars Collide :: warm maroon
Not In This Galaxy :: bright, warm coral

OMG A UFO :: warm, moss green
Don’t Be A Luna-Tic :: turquoise aqua
Sci-Fly By :: light, silver blue
Take A Trek :: cool, denim blue
Strap On Your Moonboots :: midnight sky blue
Galactic Gray :: warm, gunmetal
Cosmic Dust :: silver metal

Connect :: You can connect with China Glaze via their website! You can also keep up with them on FacebookPinterest and Twitter.

Buy It :: The China Glaze Hologlam Collection will be available April 2013 at fine salons and beauty supply stores nationwide.

Disclosure: Put A Little Umbrella In Your Drink received one or more of the products mentioned above for free for evaluation purposes. No financial compensation was received. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials In Advertising. See my full disclosure.