Above & Below: Both of these photos were taken indoors near a window with no flash. I used 3--that's right, 3--coats and it still looks a little thin in the center area. Perhaps it would be better to use this over a lilac or lighter purple shade for the same effect but with less coats.
I'm on the fence about this polish for a couple of reasons. While I think it's a pretty shade, a delicate violet scattered with tiny holographic multi colored glitter, this is supposed to be a fast-dry polish. This did not dry quickly. At all. The formula is sheer and on the thick side, and has a jelly texture, very much like the formula of the Color Club Japanese Glitters. I didn't like the fact that I needed 3 coats, but it was starting to get gummy at the tips, so I didn't want to risk another coat.
On the plus side, they're only $1.99. The handle is a little shorter than average, as is the length of the bristles. It didn't cause me to have any problems with the application, but I wanted to mention that. The glitter is lovely, especially when it sparkles and changes color in the sunlight. I do like the finish and color--this polish/finish reminds me of the Milani Holographic 3D polishes. I also picked up the other holographic shade, Blue Wants To Be A Millionaire, and 4 others with various finishes. I'll have to play around with those shades to see if the "fast-dry" element works any better than it did on this one.
Have you seen this display yet? I'm going to keep stalking Walgreens because I really *need* those 8 pan eye shadows!