El Corazon: 423-40 – Prisma Collection

You’ve probably already seen that Hypnotic Polish carries El Corazon polishes besides a whole bunch of other great brands. Not yet familiar with El Corazon?
El Corazon’s bestselling product, Active Bio-gel is a nail treatment that looks, applies and removes like a regular nail polish, but at the same time helps to strengthen your nails and gradually improve their condition. It is easy to apply, dries very quickly and lasts on your nails much longer than regular polishes‘.*
From the moment I tried my first El Corazon I was sold. The formula is great. I love the unique shape of the bottles (which contain 16ml of polish!).
Their Prisma Collection consists of holographic polishes which are all highly pigmented. Take a look at #423-40:el corazon - 423 40 1This is a lilac holographic shade. As said, it’s highly pigmented so you could get away with just one coat. I prefer two thin coats so that’s what I did here (plus top coat). This is not your ‘regular’ holo polish. Where most holo polishes have the tendency to dry to a slightly dull finish, this is extremely shiny all by itself. Therefore a top coat isn’t really neccesary. I prefer using a top coat for a long lasting result though 🙂el corazon - 423 40 1 2Another thing that makes this stand out is that it has a blue sheen throughout it. See what I mean in the photo below which is taken in direct sunlight: el corazon - 423 40 1 slHave you tried El Corazon polishes yet? Go check them out at Hypnotic Polish (worldwide shipping).

*products were kindly provided to me by Hypnotic Polish for my unbiased review

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