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Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
Cyberspace is a light blue holographic nail polish - it's not as holographic as Layla or Jade, but it is much less expensive than those brands, is easier to find, and is still very cool looking. The rainbow effect is definitely evident (I uploaded a couple pictures of me wearing it). I found Cyberspace to be somewhat sheer - if I were to wear it by itself I'd use three or maybe even four coats to get it as opaque as I'd like. For the pictures, I used two coats over a medium dusty blue (Blue Slate by Revlon), and I like the effect of that a lot - I think it brings out the blue of the polish even more. I plan on wearing it over blue nail polish again when I wear it in the future. The formula and packaging were great. I'd definitely buy this again - I am having a hard time looking at anything but my nails! I found this at CVS.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Grey
Like Hi-res from Milani's 3D line this isn't amazing as a holographic nail polish but it is still a very beautiful one. It dries quite quickly, the packaging and the brush are ok and even if you make a mistake it's hardly noticeable because of all the ''glitter'' and holographic particles in the polish. The color is light blue that sometimes almost looks silver. It isn't anything special when you're indoors but outside, especially in direct sunlight, it's just amazing. Two coats are enough but with three it becomes even prettier. I have never applied more than three but I guess you could do it since the formula seems to be good enough.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I had Hi-Tech for awhile and it will forever hold a place in my heart as my first holographic nail polish. My friend got me Cyberspace as part of my Christmas gift.
While itís on par with Hi-Tech, I donít quite love it as much because the light blue just isnít as visually stunning to me and itís light enough that it can nearly be mistaken for silver.
The Milani holos are more of a scatter holo effect Ė the light reflecting particles are more dispersed throughout the nail polish, so you do get a rainbow sparkle effect, but itís more like a smattering and not continuously connected orbs. Very pretty nonetheless, but not as futuristic looking, if you will.
I find that you need at least three coats for the color to be satisfactory and the sparkle effect to be noticeable. Cyberspace and the other Milani Holographic nail polishes look stupendous layered over darker colors - way better holo effect!
Cyberspace is still a pretty lovely color and highly accessible, unlike a lot of holographic nail polishes that seem to be limited edition Ė pop up every now and then and sell out quickly!
My only gripe is Milani's thin brushes. They're so pathetically sparse, but it doesn't prevent a nice and even application, but it is a little unsatisfactory once you've used better.