I also wanted to try out some Color Club polishes – I found some of their holos online and couldn’t resist. Because, holo. This one is a very light lavendar that comesnoff as gray on the nail in some lights. It’s rainbow factor is high and linear. It’s coverage is excellent! I did two just to maximize the color, but you could do with one in a pinch.
This gray holographic will become a fall and winter staple for me. The linear shift is subtle, yet noticable. It has a stellar formula like most from this brand, opaque in two coats.
Without flash and with flash.
This lovely has a greeny-gray base with a linear holographic shift as well as scattered holographic glitters. It’s lovely and opaque in 2 coats.
This gray-based taupe has a lovely, creamy formula and is opaque in 1-2 coats.
This gray satin matte is opaque in 2 coats.
Braiden is a gray textured glitter, opaque in 2 coats.
This steel gray glitter contains some holographic winks. You can get it full coverage in 2-3 coats. Pictured here is 2.
I love, love, love gray on my nails in the fall. This crelly has pink, blue, teal, and silver glitters in square and circle shapes. It looks best in 2-3 coats.
Nyx is one of Zoya’s pixie dust textured polishes. It’s a little bluer IRL than it is in this photo. (Time to adjust my lights, I think!) It looks best in 2-3 coats and is lovely in its natural matte state or with a couple of coats of top coat.
This one is a cool gray cream with a slight lavendar tinge in certain lights. Opaque in 2 coats.