Cult Nails Dance All Night Nail Lacquer
Cult Nails Dance All Night Nail Lacquer ($12.00 for 0.50 fl. oz.) is described as a “mixture of green and turquoise glitter with duochrome yellow-orange micro-glitter suspended in a clear base.” It is a mix of large emerald green and sapphire blue hexagon-shaped glitter particles with smaller yellow-orange micro-glitter held in a clear base. The only shade I could think of that was remotely similar was Revlon Radiant, which has similar shaped larger glitters, but it has larger and is more densely-packed with micro-glitter. See comparison swatches.
I wore one coat of this over Cult Nails Nakizzle’s Shizzle, and two coats of the polish alone on my thumbnail. I found the consistency incredibly thick and gel-like, but very, very thick that it made it difficult to apply a reasonably thick (or thin) layer so that it didn’t pool along the edges. I had to reapply this a few times, because of the drying time, and I’d, inevitably, move my hands, and the polish would slide to the edge like ooze. I’m usually very impressed by Cult Nails’ formula, but this was one of the hardest ones to apply that I’ve come across. (And surprising, because Center of Attention was amazing.) The amount of glitter in each coat also varied quite a bit, and I had to do a lot of tugging and pushing with the brush to try and even out the glitter so it didn’t clump up in one area.