Let's look at the four scattered holos first:
Mystery and Mayhem is a blackened teal absolutely packed with scattered holographic microglitters. This one is a definite favorite! This color is opaque in just two coats, as shown above (with top coat). Formula, as with all the polishes I am posting today, was thick but easy to manage.
Beautiful Disaster is a clear glitter topper packed with fuchsia holographic microglitters. It doesn't seem to build opacity on it's own, so I layered two coats over Colors by Llarowe My Own Private Island (with top coat) for the photo above. It's super pretty and very sparkly!
Independence Day is a royal blue filled with small holographic microglitters as well. I think I am in love with this polish! It's perfect for summer, and it's named so appropriately. This color would be great in some patriotic 4th of July nail art! Shown is two coats with top coat.
Alternate Universe is a turquoise with a gorgeous golden shimmer. It's a perfect mermaid polish! This is another polish that's perfect to rock all summer. Shown above is two coats with top coat.
And finally, we have Holiday Road, a chartreuse polish filled with red shimmer. Now, this polish is super unique! The color combination reminds me of a summery Christmas! It is a bit more sheer than the other two shimmers, but I didn't see visible nail line until I took my photos in my light box (which of course, magnifies any imperfections!) For regular wear, two coats (as shown above, with top coat) should be pretty opaque.
Overall, I am impressed with my first experience with Colors by Llarowe. The formulas reminded me of Zoya, in that they were slightly thick but easy to apply. You can purchase these polishes for $10-$12 USD each (depending on the color) on the Llarowe online shop. Make sure you "like" them on Facebook for news and restock dates.
Which colors do you like best?
These products were provided for my honest review.