I'm taking a break from painting the bathroom so I can paint my nails! Color Club Broken Tokens is one of six shades in their Fractured Collection, and I'm hoping they all have a formula as nice as this one. I used one coat and this sparkly silver covered easily, dried quickly, and fractured itself perfectly!
The top photo is shown over Zoya Phoebe, while the bottom photo is shown over Zoya Lolly.
Macro shot of the fractures.
Every time I use a crackle polish I hear the Rolling Stones singing Shattered in my head for some reason! Broken Tokens has very fine glitter and it's a bright lighter shade of silver. I used one coat with a medium amount of polish on the brush and if you use a thinner coat, you'll get more fractures with smaller line breaks.
When I tried the China Glaze creme crackles earlier this year, I wasn't too impressed with the formula. Then I tried OPI's Shattered...is that Mick Jagger I hear again?--and I thought that was a better formula. Last week I used one of the China Glaze Metal Crackles and thought that was a perfect formula. Now that I've tried one of the Color Club's, I'll say that their formula may be the best I've tried so far. I'm going to give the black and white shades (cremes) a try tomorrow, so I'll be very interested to see how those compare to some of the other cremes on the market.
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