Today I'm moving away from skittles, and turning to splodges. I've loved the splodge look since I first saw it on The Crumpet, and I love it best with a word pattern over it. But I'm getting ahead of myself. :)
First, let's look at the base, Zoya Binx; this is one of the new 'holo glitters' from their Summer 2014 Tickled & Bubbly collection:
I have very mixed feelings about this polish. It's pretty for what it is, but I don't feel it's really what was advertised. It's a little more pink and a little less orchid than I expected it to be (their site actually says 'orchic', which I assumed was a typo, but maybe it's just a more pink form of orchid, lol :P ). Also, I found myself really underwhelmed with respect to the 'holo' aspect--I really didn't see any holo to speak of. It's shiny, for sure, but I didn't get any linear or scattered holo, unfortunately.
That said, I do love the mix of coral-gold glitter, blue-purple glitter, and pink. It's very visually appealing, and even though I'm not a pink lover, it's something I'll wear again because of the visual complexity. Also, I was very pleased that removal was fast and easy, despite the glitter. :)
I think this is a good example of how you can use different part of large images or collage-style plates to get a different look on each nail; take a look at the original image on the plate:
I love looks that have a random feel, and splodge is the queen of that! Hope you like it, and I hope your week is going well. :)