All Glitter. All the Time.

Except when it's not glitter. Then it is merely shiny.

A Deep and Rich Royal Purple.

I am digging this. My god I love a good purple! This is Save the Date 460 Sally Hansen Diamond Strength line. A single coat would work... but I used two for a more decadent look.

This stuff makes me want to lounge on silken cushions in lace dresses and complain about the serfs. It's that rich. Hell, it makes Mitt Romney's class statements comprehensible.
Natural light. No glitter but what a shimmer...
This is one polish I just couldn't add glitter to. Glitter would have cheapened the effect. I do know one thing... St. Patrick's or not this weekend I will match my nails in purple awesome.

A Two for One. Blue and Orange!

First, Teal of Fortune from WetnWild.

This stuff has a nice glitter, deep color and is hard wearing. (I wore this for almost two weeks, no chips.) It does, however, stain ones nails a funny red-orange even through a base coat. As my nails are never bare this is not an issue for me.

And now for Crushed. It's from Sally Hansen. I love this one!
This wore very well too. No chips but almost 7 days (and the very day I was going to change it) the entire coat on my first finger just peeled right off. It was almost fun... but I was planning to change colors anyways.

The color on this is very true orange. It's bright, flat and ever so orange. I found it an almost perfect early spring shade. I plan to wear it more often.
I did coat the bottom 2/3rds of my nails in some random glitter polish for a bit of shine.