… is the actual name of this polish from Wet n Wild. It’s from their Fast Dry line and retails for $1.99 at drugstores and department stores.
It’s a sheer light blue base full of multicolored ultrafine glitter, and it gives a striking three-dimensional holographic finish. It’s so sheer that you need a lot of coats on its own; I’d recommend layering it over another, more opaque color.
The formula was good but as with some other Wet n Wild products, the brush was very thick and held a lot of polish. I had to scrape and scrape the brush against the neck of the bottle or else it was gloppy. Here are five (!!!) coats, no top coat, in indirect outdoor light:
With the flash:
And in direct sunlight:
A closeup of the gorgeous holo sparkle:
These are unretouched photos, but the holo finish makes my nails look almost fake!
One thing I really liked about this polish is that it left zero visible brushstrokes or streaks. Also, unlike some polishes that call themselves holographic but are merely glittery, this one doesn’t call itself that yet it is. If you’re looking for an inexpensive blue holographic finish and don’t mind dealing with a thick brush, Blue Wants To Be a Millionaire would be a great choice.