Today I have the second Echoes Collection polish from DIFFERENTdimension that was sent to me for review. Another Brick In The Wall is clear base polish with hex and square hot pink glitters in a few different sizes, black and white bar/rectangle glitters, black and white micro glitter and some holographic micro glitter. I layered one coat of Another Brick In The Wall over Revlon Aquamarine from the Chroma Chameleon collection.
I love this combo! I hate to give myself a little pat on the back but I will, because I'm usually so bad when it comes to picking a good undies color for a glitter topper that I can't help but be thrilled with how great I think this turned out. I really need to experiment more when it comes to glitters and base colors and start trying out combinations that I wouldn't normally put together.
I was happily surprised with the application of Another Brick In The Wall. I only needed one coat and was able to get a lot of glitter in just the one coat. It actually wasn't that hard to get out the super large hot pink hexes. My only issue with them is that my nail beds are so high and narrow, with such a big C-curve in my nails, that the big hexes are a bit too wide to fit well on certain spots of my nails. But that's a completely personal problem because of my nail shape and I have that same issue anytime a polish has extra large glitters. In spite of that, I just can't resist the mega glitters! I love them.
Revlon Aquamarine is super thin, in case you were wondering. I wore it once before and it took about 5 coats at least to be opaque. Instead of dealing with that nonsense again, for this manicure, I layered just 2 coats over 1 coat of Finger Paints Black Expressionism, which has rapidly become my favorite go-to black polish.
You can check out all 6 shades from the Echoes Collection on the etsy page for DIFFERENTdimension, plus a ton of other great looking glitter polishes and holographic polishes made by Missi.
*Polish sent for honest review. Review contains only my personal opinions.*