Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Layla Retro Pink

Good morning! Here is the other polish that I received from Harlow & Co. to review, Layla Retro Pink. If you're looking for a good pink holo, go pick up Retro Pink; it has a super strong holographic effect on the nail and is a very flattering shade of pink.


The only thing that sucks about Retro Pink is the application. Like many other holos, it's tricky to apply. I have a cheap aqua base that I used underneath it and it didn't help at all. It dragged and was spotty and I ended up using around 5 coats to get it looking good. It's possible that a better quality aqua base would fix those issues though.


And before I go, here's one last angle of the pretty holo-ness for you all to enjoy :)  


*Product(s) in this post were provided by the company/retailer for an honest review.*

10 comments:

  1. Holo goodness! I love it :)

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  2. I love it! I wish i could buy it in Rotterdam!

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  3. I can't wait to pick some of these up!

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  4. WOW it's stunning!
    I love holos!

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  5. I love holos! Oh so much! I need to get some of these!

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  6. <3 love this one, but 5 coats ouuutch

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  7. The amount of coats may be daunting, but these are so worth it!

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  8. i'm so jealous you got one of these holos! i've been stalking my local ulta stores, but none of them have these in stock yet!

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  9. Ooooohh this is beautiful! Shame about the application.

    xo

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  10. I have a couple of these Layla Holographics and they're stunning. The company actually recommends not using a base coat at all, just smooth & buff your nails before applying the polish. When I tried it with a base coat it was a disaster, but when I went without I found the application much easier.

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