I love this polish! It's a little like the colour of watermelon flesh (thanks for that description Mum!). This is two coats of 'Wear Something Spar-Kylie' and it is very close to looking opaque. There is a very slight VNL (visible nail line) but I'm fine with that as it wasn't particularly obvious in person.
In indirect light, the polish appears a little more opaque and the colour deepens significantly. The pink becomes a lot redder and much richer.
Indoors and slightly more shaded, my nails now have become little disco balls! The larger glitter pieces are reflecting every bit of light they can find. The glitter appears much more silvery than in the previous photo where it seems more pink.
Finally, some macro goodness... You can see that there is plenty of medium pink hexagonal glitter along with small pink glitter. The glitter is all within this gorgeous pink jelly-like base.
Every time I look at this polish, I just end up thinking about candy! But for now lets think about the formula... The polish wasn't too thick but it was thick enough in that it was easy to get an even spread of glitter on the nail. One problem... I applied this in the afternoon and didn't do anything too drastic with my nails that night, but when I woke up in the morning I had a chip! I'm not ready to say this is a problem with this polish - I'd like to give it another chance. I have a feeling I may not have used the best top coat for a glitter manicure. I used Essie 'Good To Go' and it's a fairly thin top coat. I had to use two coats of top coat and it still was super gritty to the touch!! I think next time I might try a thicker top coat, maybe something like Sally Hansen's 'Insta-Dri'.