First, Speckled Pig described by Hayley as a black glitter in a pink base. Please pardon the poor little bottle. It sustained some damage on its journey over the sea to Japan, and I hadn't cleaned it up when I took the pic (I was just excited to get it on my nails!). I contacted Hayley about it just as a heads up for her to modify her packaging if she saw fit, and she offered to replace the bottle. In my opinion, that wasn't necessary, but it is a testament to good customer service. Formula was nice. Three coats here that went on without any problem. As you can see here, there is some squishy VNL goodness.
Next up, Milky Way, described as a pink and green glitter in a grey jelly base. This one is very, very sheer, so I sandwiched it with China Glaze Elephant Walk to give it some opacity. Again, no problems with the formula. If you want to wear this quite sheer, you could definitely wear it on its own.
Third, we've got When Planets Collide, a "bright blue glitter in black jelly base." As you can see, though, there is also red glitter and another holographic type glitter that seems to reflect mostly green. I wanted to wear this one on its own, but next time, I think I will try it out over an opaque black. You can see how sheer it is after four coats. Sorry for the shrinkage. This one did not play nice with my Sally Hansen Insta-Dri.
And finally, here's A Black and White Love Affair, described as a black and white glitter. This to me is a clear dupe for Lynnderella Sticks and Stones which was so crazy popular a few years back. I layered it over a pink to get myself festive for a baby shower. No problems with the formula. This color is probably quite easily duped these days, but the long bar and square glitter adds a little punch. I think next time, I will make a nice jelly sandwich with this one.
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