It's even better in real life, believe me. Incredibly vibrant and holographic, and it just looks... deep... like I could swim in it. Now theres a strange scene to envision. Anyways, even in low lighting it is obviously holographic, which is something I can't say about the China Glaze OMG holos.
Formula wise, it's a bit goopy to apply, and tricky to get in the right spots. On the upside, wear time was somewhat better than other holographic polishes I've tried, closer to what a normal polish wears on me.
Now there's something else I have to mention about this bottle of lacquer...
The incredibly, bizarrely, wonky brush. Look at it! Yikes. I've never had a brush this wonky before. It was like trying to paint my nails with a mop. I so hope that Dionisio doesn't have the same trouble.
In summary: wonky brush, stunningly beautiful ocean blue holo that I positively want to swim in. Eh, the effort was well worth it. Still... that brush... *shudder*