Below: A quick look at what China Glaze Dripping Wet transforms into when using one coat over 3D (the gold shade). You can read more in the post about my experience using these holo glitters as a top or base coat.
Below: Hi-Res, a light purple or violet shade, really shows off the holographic glitter. All of these shades, other than the silver and gold ones, have a somewhat faded color effect. This is one of the qualities about this collection that I like, because it's just one of the elements that really distinguishes them from other polishes in my collection.
Below: 3D is a bright medium toned true gold shade. The silver glitter seems to be more primary in this shade, although there are other colors in it as well.
Here are the last of Milani's newest collection called 3D Holographic. There are 6 shades altogether, and the other three can be seen in the post just below this one. As I mentioned yesterday, if you're expecting these to be as holographic as OPI Designer Series or NFU 62, they're not at all close to those. The only one that I really noticed a holographic effect was in Hi-Tech, the green one shown yesterday. The glitter in these is holographic and changes color considerably, so perhaps that's where the 'holo' is supposed to be found, rather than across the entire nail. The more I used these, the more I liked them. They cover nicely in 2 coats and the sparkle and beauty that they radiate is undeniable. This finish is totally distinct and I have yet to find anything in my collection that rivals it. I tried using it over a black base, but the pigment is quite dense, so I didn't get the effect I was looking for. With a little practice and a lighter hand, this may be something that will work out the next time I try it. I then layered one coat of China Glaze Dipping Wet over it, and because the sparkle is so intense, it showed through enough giving me a rather unique look. Milani did a fantastic job with this collection, and I look forward to their upcoming offerings.