China Glaze OMG vs China Glaze Hologram

Tronica has landed at Sally's Beauty Supply!  I was literally there at opening to get my set of 12 holo pretties.  The manager was totally laughing at me, but I just laughed back.  I even put the display up for her (heh).  My store only got 2 full sets, and I bought my set and 5 more for an Aussie friend, so I felt a little bad leaving such an empty display but another employee said they may get another set (or two) soon.  (Yeah right)

OMG on the left, Hologram on the right
Now the big question has been "Are these the original "OMG!" Collection holos?!"  I'm going to be up front and said it - no.  These are more like the Kalidoscope holos (in my opinion) which were more of a glittery holo than the OMG holos which were more of a linear rainbow across the nail.  Sorry friends.

I used a base coat of Seche Natural and 3 coats of each polish.  I did not use a top coat.  OMG is still very streaky and can leave bald spots (a problem with that collection).  I'm going to be purchasing the Nfu-Oh Aqua base next month when they get in a couple of colors I had back ordered but part of me wants it NOW.  I'm told that GOSH also has an Aqua Base that works just as well.  (Aqua bases claim to adhere better with holographic polishes).

My nails are getting ridiculously long.  As you can see in the sun, OMG is a smoother finish which throws off a linear rainbow (you can see the colors across the nail), where Hologram is more of a rainbow glitter spread across the nail.

Holos in the shade, are just blah.  They are never show themselves off and are just kinda bland.

China Glaze [official website] can be found online through several etailers, including my favorite Head2Toe Beauty [official website], Sally's Beauty Supply [official website] as well asTransDesign [official website].