Saying that this is blue is a stretch. I have labeled/tagged this as silver as well, because under some lights it does lean more to silver. It is a very light blue, that may or may not be similar to OPI DS Sapphire. Yes, I will try to do a comparison soon. The holographic effect on this one is so beautiful in real life, that it makes me want to buy more Nail Nations. I really want so many of them, and the tiny bottles were a problem for me, but now she has fixed that. However, the disorganization of her website really turns me off. I don't want to be mean, but this holo is from this collection here, where that holo is from that collection there, but there are no tabs to see the collections, and the others that might belong to the same collection. They say "on sale" but they are not really on sale, it's just her way of saying that they are "in stock". So many different pictures that seem to be all over the place too. Don't even get me started on her facebook page. I know it's an indie brand and I understand that it's just getting started, but this is purely constructive criticism. Maria is super nice and she has a good eye for holographics. Nail Nation has great colors and a good formula. Heck, it has the potential to be as big as Enchanted, in my opinion. Unfortunately, the lack of consistency can definitely be a drawback. I don't know, maybe I'm being too harsh?
OPI Nail Envy
3 coats NailNation 3000 Max A Million
Sally Hansen Diamond Flash Topcoat