Below: I Love You, shown in 2 coats. This is much more pigmented than Twinkle Peach, shown below. This is technically called Rose, I Love You, but the label reads I Love You. It applies true to the bottle color, which is a bright rose pink with tiny multi-colored glitter.
Below: I Love You with a matte top coat.
Below: Twinkle Peach, shown using 3 coats. Clearly, 5-6 coats would be needed to bring the color up to the bottle shade. This is a very pale shade of peach with the same multi-colored glitter. However, the glitter is not as bold in color, due to a lower contrast against the lighter base shade.
Below: One coat of Kleancolor's Neon Sapphire over Twinkle Peach. I like to use these glitters as bottom coats or top coats with other polish shades.
Today I received the newest 8 Color Club Exclusive Japanese Glitters that Victoria Nail Supply recently added to their stock. I swatched 2 of the shades so far, and will be working on the other 6 today and tomorrow. I used three coats on Twinkle Peach, and as you can see, it needs several more than that! I Love You applied better, as I used 2 coats. I see in the photos that perhaps 3 would have looked nicer. I Love You is much more pigmented than Twinkle Peach. For those of you who have some of the glitters from Color Club, you know that the formula is somewhat jelly-like. It takes a little trial and error to apply them evenly and at the right thickness. What I like the most about these glitters is that they work well as a base color with another coat of polish over them as shown above with the blue Kleancolor (Neon Sapphire), and they work even better as a top coat over a darker polish shade. I prefer using them in this fashion, rather than by themselves. I'll do a few swatches using them under and over other polishes, coming up.