Thursday, 20 September 2012

FNUG Psychedelic and Silver Holographic Comparison

If you read my blog regularly you will know that I am a big fan of the new FNUG Holographic polishes, they are rock your socks off awesome.

I previously reviewed FNUG Futuristica (see here) and to day I have Psychedelic for you to drool over. Psychedelic is a silver holo polish that is perfectly linear, shows all the colours of the rainbow and rivals even the original GOSH Holographic.

The application is as we have come to expect from these strong holos, its a pain in the arse and as for staying power... Its a one night stand polish, it'll love you for one night then leave you! This polish looks fab under any light, even in low light it still looks holographic and I had lots of compliments when I wore it.

It soooooooo worth the hassle though, this polish is beautiful. Car crashingly beautiful, seriously don't wear it whilst driving ;-)

FNUG Psychedelic in low natural light

FNUG Psychedelic in low natural light

FNUG Psychedelic in low natural light


FNUG Psychedelic in sunlight

FNUG Psychedelic in sunlight

FNUG Psychedelic photographed with the flash

FNUG Psychedelic photographed with the flash

FNUG Psychedelic photographed with the flash

I started to think about how many silver holographic polishes I have in my stash and I'm ashamed to say I have 9 silver holographic polishes (I may have a slight problem). So here is a comparison for you of the best silver holos...

FNUG Psychedelic V's GOSH Holographic and GOSH Holographic Hero

Ill start off by saying that the hotly anticipated GOSH Holographic Hero is a complete let down. It in no way lives up to its predecessor and I couldn't be more disappointed :-(

Here I have compared GOSH Holographic Hero (on the index finger), FNUG Psychedelic (on the middle finger) and the original GOSH Holographic (on the ring finger).



From top to bottom: GOSH Holographic Hero, FNUG Psychedelic and GOSH Holographic
Photographed in natural low light

From left to right: GOSH Holographic, FNUG Psychedelic and GOSH Holographic Hero
Photographed outdoors in natural light

Top to bottom: GOSH Holographic Hero, FNUG Psychedelic and GOSH Holographic
Photographed in sunlight
 
As you can see here the original GOSH and FNUG are almost identical with their obvious linear holographic effect, I think the FNUG just pips GOSH to the post though. The new GOSH Holographic Hero doesn't even compare, it has a dull, scattered and disappointing holo effect :(

All three of these holos has one night wear time.

FNUG Psychedelic V's Jade Psicoldelica

Here is a comparison between Jade Psicoldelica (on the index finger) and FNUG Psychedelic (on the middle finger).

From top to bottom: Jade Psicoldelica and FNUG Psychedelia
Photographed in natural low light

From top to bottom: Jade Psicoldelica and FNUG Psychedelia
Photographed with the flash

The Jade is a white based silver and is slightly more translucent however it has brilliant wear time. It holds up well against the FNUG but it just cant beat the amazing linear holo.


FNUG Psychedelic V's HITS Artemis and Ludurana Esplendido

Here is my final comparison of HITS Artemis (one the index finger), FNUG Psychedelic (on the middle finger) and Ludurana Esplendido (on the ring finger).

From top to bottom: HITS Artemis, FNUG Psychedelic and Ludurana Esplendido
Photographed in natural low light

From top to bottom: HITS Artemis, FNUG Psychedelic and Ludurana Esplendido
Photographed in sunlight
Sadly neither the HITS or Ludurana silver holos can compare to the FNUG. In their own right they are very pretty, but their scattered holo is just not strong enough.
 
 
FNUG Holographic polishes are currently being sold by Harlow & Co.