Left to right: The Face Shop BK901, China Glaze Fault Lin and Ozotic Pro Mish Mash #534.
I wore BK 901 on its own for a few days before I decided to amp it up. That's because although I liked it, I was expecting more. The polish applied like a dream and dried really quickly. It was also opaque in two coats. The problem is the microglitter wasn't as apparent as I was hoping: not as awesome as it looked in the bottle. There was a hint of green and blue shimmer, but none of the purple at all.
Pretty, but it's really hard to spot the glitter.
I added Fault Line over the top and it looked unreal. I wish I'd left it at that because it really looked amazing. But, I had to keep experimenting, didn't I? I added a think coat of Ozotic #534, thinking it would add a cool layer of holographic sparkle on top, but it's too damn opaque! I did my pinkie and realised it wasn't going to work. Then I wondered how it would look with a flakie over the top, so on my ring finger, I added a layer of Inglot #204. That looked pretty cool, I thought.
Thumb, index and middle finger have just Fault Line. Ring finger has Inglot #204 on top and pinkie has Ozotic #534.
I really liked the quality of The Face Shop's nail polish on its own. The colour wasn't what I was expecting, but it was still a really nice colour. I have a couple more to try, so we'll see how we go. I'm looking forward to using Fault Line on its own, too.