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The artist formerly known as Prince inspired this daring new purple lacquer. Named after the singer’s 1984 hit (yes, we know our musical trivia), it turns up the volume with tons of multi-colored glitter. But don’t let the name scare you—the solid base is dark enough to keep the sparkles from feeling over-the-top.
I did not like how this went on, the coverage was onto great and every finger had different amounts of glitter. I had high hopes but was disappointed.1
such a fun color! its sparkly but not too sparkly, very mod and fun and can be layered on top of any other lighter color1
I got this for free with my points and I am glad I did! I hate the color purple and I thought this was a clear polish with glitter and it is not!! It is very purple with glitter and I do love the glitter but not the color! I will keep it for my collection but I won't use it.1
I'm surprised this was sent as a sample. Not a color I would ever use.2
I was so excited to get this nail polish because I thought that it looked so, so pretty online, and I'd waited to buy it for a long time. I went to the salon to get my nails done, brought this along (so you know it wasn't a user error), and they looked great! Unfortunately, they began chipping THAT NIGHT, and continued to chip the day after that and the day after that. I'm so disappointed in this product, especially when you factor in the price.2
I wish these colors lasted. The selection of colors and the idea behind a formaldehyde free nail polish is so appealing, however it never lasts for more than a day. The formula is extremely runny, so when you apply it on your nail it is almost always a gunk glob of a mess. If they can fix their glitter to polish radio, these would be my first choice in nail polish.3
I have had my eye on this nail polish for a long time. I love nail polish and I love prince. I love purple, and I love glitter. How could it possibly go wrong?
It is pretty. Not sure it was quite worth the splurge. The formula is less than satisfactory for me. It took 3 coats over a base coat to achieve the desired coverage and level of sparkle. The purple is muddy and muted seeming almost brown or black from a distance, and the glitters sort of sink into the polish, not really catching the light, just sort of making it lumpy and looking like it has some multicolored chunks.
Also, even though I used a top coat that was supposed to be chip resistant, the manicure chipped within 2-3 days on multiple fingers. I kept redoing it one finger at a time trying to hold things together because I am accustomed to my manis that I do myself lasting a bit longer most of the time. This one didn't hold up.
I'm currently trying this product on my toes...appears to at least be holding up a big better against chips...but overall, it isn't quite all I had dreamed of.
I have mixed feelings about this polish. I liked the thickness of the base color. But the glitter was very hard to spread evenly. It's a very nice color, got a lot of compliments, but this is one I'll use once in a while.3
Deborah Lippmann makes very high quality nail polish, but as with many other brands glitter polish - it really comes out best if you use a solid color as the first coat (i.e. a dark blue or purple). This really makes the glitter pop in 2 coats, rather than putting 3 coats of the polish on and still not being happy with it. The polish (on my toes) lasted weeks without chipping - which is wonderful - however, because of this - removing it was a pain. You either need to use a ton of regular polish remover (i.e. Cutex, etc.) or you need to invest in a higher quality / strength polish remover (i.e. one with acetone).3
This polish was mediocre, not a fan of the chunky glitter. It's prettier in the bottle than on my nails.3