I chose the aquamarine shade, Don't Be Foiled. I used one coat and didn't use as light a hand as I probably should have-- mine still looks a little too thick and rumpled. These are extremely pigmented and one thin coat will give you perfect coverage and the less you can get the glitters to catch on each other, the better. Still, I daresay I like this! I thoroughly enjoyed wearing this on my nails and I'm kind of excited to wear it again.
I urge you to give the Crinkled Chromes a shot. The colors are beautiful, the formula easy to apply and well pigmented, it dries nearly instantly, and removal is surprisingly easy. The bar glitters are actually some sort of thin, fibrous white material, so they don't stick around on your nail after the color's been removed. Remember that the camera amplifies everything so what you see in real life is not going to be as extreme as what you see in x-large macro. The only flaw with this polish is how it wears-- I had some minor chips by the end of day 1, and the bar pieces tend to protrude a little as the chrome pigment wears off, revealing their fibrous nature. It's not a huge deal but I feel this is a two day manicure, at best. For the beauty of the colors and the uniqueness of the finish, it's still worth a bottle, though-- it's novel and maybe a little gimmicky, but it's a pretty little gimmick and you're just going to have to trust me on this.
The Crinkled Chromes are probably all still available for purchase at your local Sally Beauty Supply. Honestly, I'm tempted to go back and pick up the pink one.
Thank you for reading and have a lovely day!! ♥♥