Here is a picture in daylight to show you the dusty red/raspberry base color
And now we have the flash picture to show you how the holo comes out to play in the right lighting
And finally, we have a blurred pick to show you the linear of the holo
I think I've realized that it doesn't really matter how badly I may jack up a base color if you add Spectraflair or any other holo glitter, it instantly makes it magical. So overall, I was pretty happy with it. And even better, if you have a very careful hand (which I do not), you can actually get by with just one coat of this. I have done two for the pictures above. Now, I do understand that Spectraflair is nearly impossible to get your hands on but I have seen around the interwebs a couple of glitters that are supposed to be as good as Spectraflair. However, TKB's Luminosity glitter may be a good stand in but it will provide a more scattered holo effect rather than a linear effect.
So that's it for Raspberry Crush, looking forward to seeing you back next week for another fabulous franken! Thanks for stopping by and remember to always keep it classy and creative!
Today's Ingredients came from:
Spectraflair pigment: Ecrater
Red Jellie Base and Glamour Base TKB Trading