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The Holo is a Whole Mood Coaster was inspired by sparkly sugar rimmed and color changing cocktail drinks.
This coaster doubles is a multipurpose piece, it can be used as a sugar rimmer for drinks (the resin is officially safe to come in contact with food), a dish or a soap dish. However, you will get the best color change by using it as a coaster, putting your hot mug on it when the ambient temp is cool, or a cool drink on it when the ambient temps are hot, like outdoors in the summer.
The outside base and top lip have a large holo flakie coating. The inset includes a 12 color change mood effect and it's topped with a rainbow of iridescent flakies. The base of the resin has a green/blue/purple shimmer which is a little harder to see in photos than in person.
The coaster weighs approx 3oz and is solid resin and pigments, no fillers. This coaster is made using a 5 step process, so it's pretty labor intensive for a resin piece. The inset measures 3.75" (95mm) and the total width is 3.875" (99mm).
resin, special effects pigments
This top coat is designed to do a few things:
The one type of polish this top coat is not recommended for are glitter heavy polishes. Since it is a low viscocity polish, it's not going to do as much in the way of evening out the glitters to make a smooth finish.
4-Free (it's free from chemicals toulene, formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate, and formaldehyde resin) but does contain the chemical camphor.
The Bind & Burnish Base Coat is great to use as a base for loose pigment powders or as a great sticky base coat to make your mani last longer. Bind & Burnish (B&B) dries with a tacky finish making it the perfect base to use to adhere loose powder.
Rich black fluid art nail polish packed with holographic pigment.
Drip spots of fluid art polish(s) onto a silicone mat in a puddle with thin, regular polish dispursed throughout. Fold the puddle of nail polish in half and open to watch the spots appear! Or you can flip the mat as if you are going to fold and then open again to manipulate the puddle.
Video tutorials for creating fluid art decals:
Thank you to @breedlovehoops and @bentminddesigns for the beautiful swatches!