|Digital Nails Wibbly Wobbly, Ultimate Ginger, and Timey Wimey|
|Digital Nails Ultimate Ginger|
This is my first experience with Digital Nails polishes and I'm truly impressed! Ultimate Ginger had a wonderful formula that applied evenly with excellent glitter distribution. Shown here is two coats on its own.
One of my favorite aspects of Digital Nails' colors is the inspiration behind them, and the fact that they're often awesomely nerdy. These three colors are based on "Doctor Who," and even got me to finally start watching this show (thank you Raph!). So while I haven't yet encountered the "Ultimate Ginger," if she's anything like this incredible polish, I'm definitely looking forward to it!
|Digital Nails Wibbly Wobbly over Revlon Urban|
Wibbly Wobbly is the polish that first drew me to Digital Nails-- I was instantly head over heels in love with it! The neon lime and pink mixed with green, turquoise, and blue, along with the large holographic aqua circles, is just spectacular! And the lightly blue-tinted base gives it a "jelly" look that's still translucent enough for layering.
I was very pleased to find Wibbly Wobbly also had a perfect formula, and was very easy to work with. Even the large circles weren't too difficult to get a hold of! Since the base is quite sheer, I decided to layer it over a muted navy creme, Revlon Urban. This was about two coats.
My Doctor Who-enabling friend had been telling me about the episode that features two of these polishes' namesakes for some time, so having finally seen it recently was super awesome! And creepy, very creepy.
|Digital Nails Timey Wimey over L'Oreal Miss Pixie|
Timey Wimey is Wibbly Wobbly's non-linear, non-subjective counterpart, and also contains a bright and beautiful mix of colors: neon lime, red, fuchsia, purple, and turquoise hexes, squares, shreds, and more of those wonderful large aqua holo circles!
The formula was also flawless, with excellent amounts of glitter and easy application, with just some placing needed for the large circles. Here I've used about two coats of Timey Wimey over a blue jelly, L'Oreal Miss Pixie.