I have another Hits no Olimpo holographic polish for you (I posted about Hits Apolo awhile ago), and this one is just as fantastic. Dionisio is a deep, vibrant purple, with one of the strongest linear holographic effects I've ever seen. Behold!
The next picture is in the shade, but it's still noticeably holographic.
Like Hits Apolo, Dionisio has a glassy, slightly jelly-like quality to it that is absolutely gorgeous.
Now, on an unrelated note, I blogged about "Hero Shade" Nails Inc Porchester Square last week, and I also mentioned my visit to "Hero City" Odessa, and shared a few pictures. I realize that Odessa wasn't the only Hero City I visisted- I'd neglected Kyiv! So now I'm feeling a little sorry for not showing Ukraine's capital city a little love. Here are a few pictures of Kyiv.
The main passenger train station in Kyiv; very grand!
Just outside the train station; I've never seen a "McFoxy" before, so I had to take a picture. I wondered if it was a subsidiary of McDonald's, but it turns out it's a Ukrainian version of McDonald's (and the subject of some copyright infringement kerfuffle according to this article in the Kyiv Post).
Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti) in Kyiv:
Near the Maidan, I saw this cute heart-shaped "tree"/statue beside a fountain... I thought it made for a rather sweet picture, seeing the girls posing for pictures with it.
St. Sofia Cathedral, which dates back to 1037:
Near St. Sofia Cathedral, a rather heroic statue of Bohdan Khmelnytsky, a kind of cossack military hero.
A few pictures of St. Michael's Monastery (iconic and beautiful golden domes):
The gigantic "Friendship of Nations Arch", dedicated to the unification of Russia and Ukraine (built in 1982); of course, not long after that the breakup of the Soviet Union transpired.
What do you think of this brief look at Hero City Kyiv? And Hits Dionisio, for that matter? ;)