Pahlish launched a new collection a couple of days ago, inspired by the Carnival of Venice. The collection consists of 6 intensive linear holographic shades with shimmering microflakies. Sadly my camera couldn't capture the flakies on my nails, although they are very prominent in real life, in indirect light. Anyway, you can kinda see the flakies on the brush macros, and I did capture it when I wore Bauta.
All 6 shades has a nice formula, I used 2 coats of each plus topcoat to bring out the color and holo a little bit more.
It's described as a gold, but it's a lot more yellow than that, and it also has a tiny green tone to it. It contains golden microflakes. This one is my favorite fom the collection, it's such a bright, cheerful color!
It's a light, warmer green holo with green microflakes. I used 2 coats, but I noticed that this one had a little bit sheerer formula than the other colors.
It's a highly orange toned coral holo with pink microflakes. It almost has a slight coppery feel to it, it's a really nice and interesting shade.
However, it looks almost identical to Cupcake Polish Cocoon (comparison below).
It's a berry-pink shade with pink microflakes. This the richest, "deepest" shade from the collection, also the most pigmented one.
It's a medium purple holo with pink microflakes.
It's an absolutely stunning, bright, sky blue holo with blue microflakies. This is my second favorite from the collection!