What it is: a sheer black base totally packed with small glitters in shades of fuchsia and turquoise.
the above two pictures are taken indoors in daylight, the below photo in the evening sun
I applied three coats of Storms Never Last over Essence XXL Nail Thickener. Crows Toes has for this kind of small sized glitter polishes an incredible formula. It was so easy to apply and control, despite the brush being a tad frizzy which says a lot about the formula - would you agree?. It dries very fast and not gritty just a tad bumpy. One coat of your preferred Top Coat will smooth the surface and leave it glossy and shiny.
Final thoughts: I am head over nails about Storms Never Last. I love that incredible depth and the complexity big time. I just KNEW, when I saw the first pictures that this polish is totally outstanding.
Anyone being reminded of Cadillacquer The Dark Defender - well of course Storms Never Last is black based and The Dark Defender's base color is teal - but still, wouldn't a comparison not be nice? Next to the different base colors the other remarkable difference is the shimmer in Storms Never Last. Worth owning both? Hmmm if you are a fan of dark based glitter, glimmers, shimmers like me for sure ;-). It was my intention to show a picture where those polishes look very different from each other - still their "character" so to say is similar: dark base and loads of magenta/purple and turquoise shimmer. Amazing how different they look despite their similarity in concept. In my pictures Storms Never Last looks more glowing and sparkly but here is another difference - Crows Toes and Cadillacquer work those shimmers/glitters differently and the final sparkle is different and equally awesome with both. Below two pictures next to each other for your comparison:
I ordered Crows Toes Storms Never Last with Llarowe.
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