This is 2 coats of Billie French White, followed by Billie Amethyst sponged on the tips and 1 coat of Icing Passion hap haphazardly layered on top then 2 coats of Sally Hansen Strobe light followed by TC.
I must note that I had worn my nails plain white for a day and a half before I fancied it up - That might be a new record for me as I am not a fan of pure white mani's for some reason.
Sponging the area before applying glitter on a glitter tipped mani like this sometimes gives the illusion of an all glitter area. I tend to do this look alot and I am usually happy with how it turns out - regardless of the colours I use.
I looooove that there are different sizes and shapes in Sally Hansen Strobe Light, and I am glad that I used the pinkish shimmery and dense Icing polish, Passion, before I added the Sally Hansen glitter.
Yippee = the Wet n Wild Fast Dry polish's have landed in Canada!!!!! I am a little disappointed with the brushes in these -they seem very stiff- like the brush on my Wet n`Wild Wild Orchid polish. All the other polish's I have from wet and wild have lovely brushes..... weird
EDIT: these can be found at Walmart 2.89 CAD and Zellers 2.99 CAD
Wet n Wild Who wants to be a Millionaire
Wet n Wild Teal of Fortune
with Billie French White, a stark white creme polish
I used Billie Amethyst for the sponged portion
sponged using a 'sexy car wash' sponge
I then stroked on polish straight off the brush to fill in any sparse areas towards the tips of my nails
with Icing by Claire's polish Passion, a sheer shimmery polish
...and another glitter mani
Here is a photo of another pretty glitter sprinkle mani I did in summer-time. I didn't think that the size of the glitter would be a factor but a smaller size seems to be a better choice for the future.
The holo glitter in this manicure is much smaller than the one in THIS POST.
....and a few more photos