Here’s part 2 of the NailNation 3000 swatches.

Within the time of me purchasing these and posting these, it seems Llarowe has stopped selling this particular brand. You can, however, still purchase them on NailNation 3000’s Store Envy site, which can be found here.
What first attracted me to this brand was that Llarowe posted about how they made neon holos, which was totally up my alley because a) I’m the holo hoarder and b) neons are the best!
I ended up purchasing 14 NailNation 3000 colors, and have 7 of them to show you in this post.
  • #97 Baby Doll – pale lilac holo. Super pretty and delicate, but has a slightly translucent finish which makes it less feminine and more “high tech” looking. Opaque in 2 coats.
  • #411 LimeLight – smokey gray holo. The most similar color I have to this is Dance Legend Spacecraft, but Spacecraft is darker and has a thicker consistency. The NailNation 3000 polish is thinner, and almost applies like a shimmery or frosty nail polish – thin but opaque in 2 coats.
  • #449 Glow Worm – bright inchworm green color. It’s like a brighter, slightly translucent version of Katydid by Chirality. Opaque in 2 coats.
  • #450 Amaze-Ballz – bright magenta pink, wich a slight berry tone to it. It’s also got a slight translucent formula to it. I think this is closer to what I wanted the neon holos from the previous post to be light, just with a more opaque base. This was still opaque in 2 coats though.
  • #451 Awesomesauce –  bright reddish orange with the same formula as Amaze-Ballz. Again, I think it’s what I wanted the neon orange from the last post to be. 
  • #452 Wicked Cool – deepest blue-green base with holo. Same slightly jelly like formula. Opaque in 2 coats. I love the off-black of this polish. It’s like a slightly bluer version of Glitter Gal’s Lizard Belly.
  • #453 Glam~bot – bright Barbie pink neon. Opaque in two coats.
These polishes range between $12 and $15, again available on their site which is linked up above. I was less disappointed in this batch of colors than with the previous batch of colors, and love the definite holo in all of the colors. The formula for all of them was easy to apply and the holo comes out very strong.
What do you think? Any holo brands I have to try?! 

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