Below: Sun Gold is a nice enough color, I'm just not sure I like it on me.
Below: Nubar Tan Me Layered over Sun Gold. Click...you must click the pic!
Below: Close up of the Tan Me bottle and yes, it is necessary to click the picture :)
Below: Tan Me is a bit subtle on it's own, but still rather eye-catching with it's sparkle.
Nubar's Sun Gold is a coppery shade with gold veining in the bottle. In dimmer lighting, the polish in the bottle actually appears to be a bit pink. After the application, it is simply a bright copper with gold micro shimmer. Pretty, but I'm not sure I love this one. I like it, but the shade is not great on my skin tone. It applied very well, smooth application, even coverage in 2 coats and good drying time. So, in my usual attempt to change it up a little bit, I applied a couple of layers of Nubar Tan Me. The result? It looks like a party on my finger tips! Not a bad thing, but I can imagine that Tan Me would really stand out on a darker creme shade, maybe a navy blue or black, for example. Or a purple, or even a bright magenta...you get the idea! On it's own, Tan Me is a sand or dirty peach colored clearish base with multi-colored and multi-sized glitter. In the bottle it is extremely sparkly, as it is on the nail. The silver pieces of glitter change color, which is interesting. I couldn't capture the sparkle and reflective properties that the glitter has in my pictures, but it is very different from any other glitters I have. The glitter seems to 'move' in the light and if we ever see the sunshine again, I'm going to have to try it over a dark polish and get some better pictures of it.