The base color of this mani is What a Douche. This is a silvery holographic polish that has a slight icy blue lean. It goes on with no streaks and is opaque in two coats. The holo is very strong and you can tell it's packed with holo-y goodness the moment you see the bottle. The holo peeks through the glitter nicely.
I topped What a Douche with Ash from the Supernatural collection.
Ash's polish is described as:
Ash is a glitter topper that is mixed with blue/purple color shift pigment, micro silver holographic glitter, medium-sized blue, teal, and purple iridescent hex glitters, micro black, blue, purple, green and teal glitters, and silver and iridescent shreds.Ash's polish is aptly named Evil Sons of Bitches:
The color shift pigment and blue shimmer came out so lovely in real life but I couldn't get it to come out to play for the camera. You can see hints of it in my blurry thumb shot, but it really is an "I need to see it in real life" shimmer. This is one coat of Ash topped with a thick top coat because it was a bit topcoat hungry. There was no dabbing or glitter placement required with this polish and its consistency was nice and not too thick.