Below: The macro shot shows the medium lavender base color, and it's filled with an abundant amount of tiny pale turquoise foil glitter.
Below: This covers fairly well with one coat (shown in the first picture), but as you can see, there are still some bald areas. The first coats leaves the base looking like a watery lavender color, and the glitter is fairly evenly dispersed.
Below: This photo shows a 2-coat application, which allows the base to become more of a medium lavender creme. It's not perfectly opaque with 2 coats, but I'm satisfied with the look that the second coat gives.
I found the formula to be easy enough to work with, although it is a little different. It's like a cross between a creme and the Color Club Glitters--a little jelly-like in texture, but not enough so that it gets too thick or uneven during the application. The glitter is very sparkly and because it's so dense, the entire nail can take on a very foil-like finish in brighter lighting.
My local counter doesn't have this collection in yet, so I ordered it from Lancome's web site earlier this week. I applaud Lancome for stepping out of their generally safe zone when it comes to the majority of their polishes, because this one is gorgeous! The base color is subtle enough with one coat that I think it would work nicely as a layering polish over other colors as well.