I'm quite partial to a blue polish so when I found this one the other day, of course had to have it. What I didn't realise until I went to apply it is that it's hiding a teal glass particle all through out it. It gives the polish really great depth, it looks like a pool at some fabulous mansion. Application was nice, two coats gets you full coverage, just make sure you shake the bottle for a few minutes as the teal tends to settle at the bottom. Love a strong blue plus a hidden surprise, winner for me.
It's amazing what you can find when you wander around at night. My favourite time to go shopping is ridiculously late and I'm extra happy when it pays off. I've been looking for Nicole by OPI A Million Sparkles for a while now at that couldn't be more up my alley if it tried. I finally managed to find it in a Shoppers last night and it really does live up to its name. A Million Sparkles is a predominately blue glitter that has an amazing ability to look like a foil after a couple of coats. Combine that with gold, silver and pink bar glitter and you have a winner. It's seriously so sparkly I got distracted from what I was saying at lunch today. Application is decent but you really need four coats to get completely opaque coverage. That's ok, glitter dries fast. It's a little rough too but nothing Seche Vite can't fix. The Verdict: Yay glitter! If, like me, you like sparklies to the point where it's the biggest tag on y