Wicked Sweet is the blue neon from this collection. It has a little bit of shimmer and looks a lot like China Glaze "Towel Boy Toy", except I think this is not as bright a blue. Wicked Sweet is a little bit brush-stroke-y, too. I meant to take photos of this on its own but I
Chunky Holo Teal is a teal jelly loaded with glitter that isn't exactly holo, but it definitely has a multichrome effect that is similar.
Basecoat: China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat (1 coat)
Color: Color Club Wicked Sweet (3 coats)
Color: Kleancolor Chunky Holo Teal (3 coats)
Topcoat: David (1 coat)
Wicked Sweet's application was really good. I might recommend using a not-sticky base coat because I had a little bit of drag, but it really wasn't too bad. I had a bit of VNL after three coats so if I was going to wear this alone I might use four coats. It also shows brush strokes, but just a tiny bit.
I thinned the crap out of Chunky Holo Teal before I even tried it. So, the application was a lot better than the previous Chunky Holos I've tried, but because I thinned it the glitter was a little sparser and I needed three coats to get the coverage I wanted. It's all good, though, because it's gorgeous, and it's not so thick it will peel off in full-nail sheets.
As to Wicked Sweet? After three coats of Chunky Holo Teal, and one coat of topcoat... I can definitely still smell it. I don't know what Wicked Sweet is *supposed* to smell like, but I think it smells like...