Unpacking is still very much a thing around Chez Sparkle. I've got my nail polish sorted into baskets according to color, and two separate baskets for glitter polish. My stash is an organized mess that's slowly making its way into my Helmers. I am definitely grateful that this week's prompt was a simple one, and that that the polish I wanted to use was so easy to find! I give you nails with TEXTURE...
1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
4 Coats Sally Hansen Work of Tart
2 Coats SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite
Back when textured polishes became a thing, (late 2013) Sally Hansen came out with their Sugar Coat and Sugar Shimmer line. I really loved Pink Sprinkle, so I'm pretty sure that's why I picked Work of Tart. Sadly, it sat in my stash for over a year before I was actually able to try it.
Applicationwise, I can't really complain about Work of Tart. It went on nicely enough, and the formula didn't build up on the brush too heavily while I was applying. The polish went on cleanly, too. That's something I love about textured polishes. No flooding into the cuticles or anything.
Work of Tart went on well, and it's a nice enough color, but I was a little disappointed by the lack of sparkle. Maybe I'm too used to the texture polishes that are loaded with glitter these days? I think that could be it. In this one, the glittery gold just sort of blends in, and it's not built into the texture. It's not bad, it just is really lacking in the sparkle department, you know?
So, as much as I would love to leave this on, I think I'll be switching polish again tonight. Or at least adding some sort of shimmer polish to Work of Tart. I still have a lot of nail polish to put away. I made it through orange, yellow, green, teal, blue, and purple last night, but that only filled up 4 drawers. I've still got pink, red, tan, grey, black, and glitter left to go! Wish me luck!!!