I used a base of Misa Little Hands, which is a Tiffany Blue creme shade from their Spring Precious Moments Collection. My glitter placement was sparse after 2 coats, which was a little disappointing, because it looks more condensed in the bottle (below). This is still a lovely polish though, and it makes me happy! This shade combines pink and blue hex glitter with smaller silver glitter swimming in a milky aqua base. All of the glitters have some color shifting action--the blue and pink glitters shift to a coppery pink, violet, and brighter blue, while the smaller silver glitter takes on a blue green hue. The base is very sheer, which makes it ideal to use over just about any color of base. It will mute your base color, but it won't really alter it too much. So many layering possibilities with this shade! As you probably know, this shade is very close to Deborah Lippmann's Glitter in the Air, only with a much lower price.
I'll leave you with this image that caught me by surprise this morning. I bring all of my patio plants indoors during the Winter, and they normally become quite dormant and inactive. By the time it's warm enough to place them outdoors in late April, they look pretty pathetic with barely any leaves, and never any blossoms. I'm always afraid they're going to die before Spring gets here. For some reason, my Presidential Hibiscus is coming to life this week. It's covered in buds, so I should have 7-8 more blossoms in the next couple of days. Maybe a sign of an early Spring? I sure hope so!