Last month, I entered a nail art contest hosted by Kyoti's Nails to show LGBT pride/support. I entered my Alan Turing manicure. I won in the amateur division, which I was very excited about since I painted that manicure exactly one week after I started painting my nails. My prize was a mini bottle of Pride.
I got my prize in the mail today! While I was happy, my 4 year old son was sad that he didn't get anything in the mail. To cheer him up, I let him be the first one to try it out by painting his thumbnail.
He liked it so much, he wanted to paint my nails. Oh noes!!! I reluctantly agreed, which cheered him up. I painted 2 coats of Wet & Wild 449C (white) and let them dry. Then I let him go to town!
This actually seems to be a good test of the polish. It has a very even glitter distribution, even when applied by a 4 year old! The colors are also very even, with no color showing up more than the others.
I really love this polish! It's very festive and fun. I can see it being used as sprinkles, confetti, polkadots (though my son did point out to me that they weren't circles), or just a simple way to show LGBT pride/support!