Below: Digital is a faded burgundy shade, less pink and more light burgundy. The glitter is holographic as well, giving these polishes a nice look, even though the 'holo' image is not as strong as I would have hoped.
Below: HD, although a pretty silver with color-changing glitter, had very little holographic effect to it.
Below: Gus says thank you for all of your kind words and wishes yesterday! We won't have any test results back for a week, so he's just hanging out in the hallway watching me write my post. He was so good during his ultrasound yesterday. The vet was amazed that he was able to shave him and do an ultra sound on his kidneys, liver and heart without being sedated.
Holy Holo! Milani's newest collection is called 3D Holographic, and offers 6 holographic glitter shades (see post below for bottle pictures of all 6) in a nice range of colors. I know I started this post with 'Holy Holo', but to be honest, they're not that holographic. Don't get me wrong, because I love these polishes for what they are, but if you're thinking that the 'holo' will be as intense as NFU Oh's 62 or some of OPI's Designer Series shades, you'll be disappointed. The 'holo' was most evident in the green shade, Hi-Tech, of the 3 I've tried so far. I photographed these all in the same lighting, and only had to use 2 coats, which I was happy about. The glitter itself seems to be holographic as well, doing a little color-changing dance on the nails as your hands move around. The glitter is fine, the polishes are fairly pigmented, and the result is quite attractive and not all that similar to anything else I have. Are they worth the $4.29 price tag? That's subjective of course, but to me, I'd say yes they are.