Above & Below: A look at how their custom shade transforms other polishes. Their polish is at the top left above and the bottom left below. The others are various shades of a creme or shimmer base polish with the VNS custom polish layered over it. My pictures don't come close to showing you how beautiful these look in real life.
Yen from Victoria Nail Supply sent me some swatches of a custom Japanese Glitter that Color Club is going to be making exclusively for them. It's only 1 shade, but as you can see, it's a versatile polish when layered also. Their glitter will be available for purchase on the VNS website in the near future, although I don't have a date at this point. The polish will likely be bottled using the same style as the recent Japanese Glitters, only she thinks theirs will have a silver cap. I don't know the name, or if it even has a name for that matter. We'll just call it Glitter-Y'en...or Yendless Glitter...or Yenchanted Pink...or better still, Yenabler Pink because Yen enables us way too much to continue our polish addiction!
Their custom glitter is a very pale shade of pink, loaded with multi-colored micro glitter. It's pretty and ladylike on it's own, but this is sheer enough that in my opinion, it's true calling is as a layering polish over just about any shade. I tried using Sakura Glow (the lightest of the 4 Color Club Japanese Glitters) over several base colors, but I wasn't able to achieve the same effect. I'll be looking forward to the release of this polish, because I think one of the things Forsythe/Color Club does best, is glitter.