(Wet N Wild Blue Wants To Be A Millionaire, four coats)
The name is pretty cringe-worthy, as are all the names in this particular Wet N Wild collection. They're all TV-themed and full of some Godawful puns. Case and point: Hannah Pinktana? Teal of Fortune? Sa-green-a the Teenage Witch? Buffy the Violet Slayer? *Shudder* It pains me.
But it's forgivable because this polish is pretty darn cool. The formula is on the thick side though and this was a bit of an ass-ache to work with, but nothing TOO miserable. I liked though that I didn't get any chips while wearing this, because holographic polishes aren't exactly known for their long wear. I wore it for about a day and a half with no problems. I did four coats here in order to get complete coverage, but maybe three would have been fine.
In terms of finish, it dries a bit on the dull side but I still wore it without topcoat, because topcoats tend to dull the holographic effect in these types of polishes. I wouldn't say this is a true holo but it has a nice irridescent rainbow shimmer to it and it really comes alive in the sunlight.
P.S. If you're a fellow Allendale gal looking to score, they have this at the Jenison Meijer.