I've read online that this is a dupe for Deborah Lippman's Bad Romance, so this is a much cheaper alternative! It looks awesome with the little bits of hex glitter as well the regular glitter. It applied well and didn't take too long to dry. I also read that this is a re-release of an earlier Revlon polish called Facets of Fuchsia. Either way it looks lovely! This is just one coat.
Different-shaped pink glitter in a black base.
Next up is Orly Sugar. This is a weird-looking one in the bottle, but it's very sheer so I thought it would be a great polish for layering.
This is a really sheer yellow polish full of gold and green microshimmer. It turned my dark purple/grey polish into a bronzey sort of shade with tons of sparkle that really shows up in the sun. Very nice over dark polish.
Gold and green shimmer in a sheer yellow base.
And here's the look I wore today. I needed something subtle because I was getting passport photos done, so I didn't want anything too in-your-face on a document I'm going to have in my possession for the next 10 years! I used Femme Fatale Cosmetics Reindeer Dust on the lid, lower lashline and inner corner. The rest was from the original Urban Decay Naked palette: I used Hustle in the crease and Virgin on the browbone.
Subtle golden shimmer with some neutrals to contour.