Continuing on from my review of some bright Emily de Molly holos, today’s post features some of the darker holo offerings from the brand. By darker, I just mean that the base colour is a darker tone – rest assured that the holo in these is every bit as strong as the brighter colours!
Indigo Flow is a deep sapphire blue base with a strong holo.
Moment of Impact is a rich violet purple base with a strong holo. This has the strongest holographic effect out of all the Emily de Molly holos I tried.
Ricochet is a greyed out khaki base with gold shimmer and a strong holo. It was difficult to capture the gold shift on camera (you can sort of see it in the lightbox swatches), but it complements the base colour nicely. It’s a very smooth sheen, so it ends up giving the polish a metallic look.
The formula on all of these was fantastic. Indigo Flow and Moment of Impact only needed 2 coats, while I used 3 coats for Ricochet. They were very easy to apply and very quick drying.
I’ll leave you with this to (very accurately) sum up my final thoughts on the Emily de Molly holos:
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