This is Julep Cynthia, 2 coats. The top photo show the holo a bit better, which is surprising because usually it is the flash pics that pick up the holo. In the flash pics the holo particles just show up as silver. Sometimes I have a hard time deciding if a holo is linear or scattered with those loose linears. This is no doubt a scattered holo. Now for a little comparison.
Here we have the following:
- Index - Above the Curve Diablos 2 coats
- Middle - OPI DS Classic 2 coats
- Ring - Julep Cynthia 2 coats
- Pinkie - Butter All Hail the Queen
Above the Curve Diablos is the odd ball here, being a purple leaning brown with a linear holo. OPI DS Classic is a gold leaning nude with large linear holo particles. Butter All Hail the Queen is a deeper nude with small (think teeny-tiny) scattered holo particles. If OPI and Butter spent the night together, Cynthia would be their offspring, a nude base with large scattered holo particles.
Hope this little comparison was helpful....or at least interesting. As always, thanks for looking and commenting.