today I'll show you a pretty collection called Holo, Dolly! from Danish Foxy Paws indie brand. The collection consists of seven shades.
"Foxy Paws polish is handpoured and mixed with a love for colour and glitter. They are 4-free, which means they're free from DBP, Toluene, Formaldehyde and Formaldehyde resin. And of course never tested on animals - although the foxes like polished nails, they wouldn't like being test animals."
Put On Your Sunday Clothes - light yellowish green linear holo. It's quite unusual colour to see so that's why I'm starting with it. I'm wearing two thicker coats but three might be even better.
Well Holo, Dolly! - dark magenta holo. I totally love this shade! It's very vibrant and it has very strong holographic effect. I've applied two coats.
A Damned Exasperating Woman - light lavender holo purple. Lovely purple shade with nicely strong holo effect. I'm wearing two thick coats because the pigmentation was slightly lower. My bottle had few bits of unmixed pigment but the polish has been recently reformulated and the new version is clump-free and with even stronger holo effect. This old version is still available as well.
Just Leave Everything To Me - medium green holo. This shade reminds me of a grasshopper, nice green shade. I'm wearing two thicker coats.
Before The Parade Passes By - sky blue holo. This a gorgeous shade of blue, very vibrant and 'summery'. I've applied two thicker coats for the coverage in the pictures.
Elegance - light brown/beige holo. It's indeed an elegant colour, very office friendly but not a shade I would pick out on my own. I'm wearing two thick coats.
It Takes A Woman - red holo leaning towards magenta undertones. This was my favourite shade colour-wise but least favourite formula-wise. It had lots of unmixed chunks of pigment in it but again I was assured that mine was a bad batch and the products sold are fine.
So that's the whole collection. I love holos and there are some unique shades to my personal collection. My favs are the red, magenta colours but the blue was awesome too.
They all had the same formula - they applied well, dried fast but the pigmentation was slightly lower so two thick coats or three coats were needed.
If you'd like to purchase Foxy Paws polishes you can do so here (available for international customers too).