Below: I wondered how it would work as a layering polish, so I tried it over Misa's A Sin Worth Committing, which is a deep royal, almost navy shimmer, and I like it much better this way. I used just one coat of Daisy Dweller, and the glitter seems much more pronounced over a darker background. It has just enough yellow to lighten the Misa shade a notch or two, yet it doesn't look yellow at all.
I suppose if I layered it over a white base it would look more like it does in the bottle, but honestly, I've never found a yellow that works well for me, other than possibly Misa's Summer Sun. I definitely prefer this one as a layering polish. I wanted to remind everyone that my Rescue Beauty Lounge contest ends tomorrow at midnight. If you haven't entered yet and would like a chance to win all 3 shades in their Surfer Girl Collection, you can find all the details in the April Monthly Contest box in the upper right corner. I also wanted to let you know about another contest that's going on over at Bella Sugar Cosmetics. I've done a couple of posts about her hand-pressed mineral eye shadows and bath and body products, which you can find here. She is having a contest that will award 2 winners a quad eye shadow palette, and 8 winners a single eye shadow. All you have to do is leave a comment on her blog here and be a follower. If you mention her contest on your blog, she'll give you a second entry if you include the link in your comment. This is open to International readers and ends April 16 at 11:59 pm. I have been very impressed with the colors she offers and the superb quality. You can view all of the color options on her blog and also on her web site. Lastly, I now have over 1,000 followers and would like to thank you all for your continued support!