The polish is kind of thick/gloopy, yet still somehow easy to use. The glitters glided on evenly and I didn't have to go fishing for shapes or dabbing and placing things.
That being said, the glitters did have one problem: curling. The larger black hexes have a slight curve to them and the corners poked out through the Seche Vite (and no, the curling was not caused by the Seche Vite...I just put a layer of Wish Me Good Luck on a nail wheel by itself and the curling is present). I was actually able to peel the large black hexes off by grabbing the corners (shut up, I was bored, haha). I haven't seen anyone else complain about curling, so perhaps it's just me? I'll probably contact Enchanted Polish and let them know that there may be a problem with this glitter. (UPDATE: Enchanted Polish will be reformulating Wish Me Good Luck, so if your bottle has curling glitter, let her know and she'll send you a new one when she's done.)
Curling aside, it's stunningly beautiful and very unique. Shown is one coat of Wish Me Good Luck over Indigo Bananas Anansi (all color shifting is caused by Anansi).
Wish Me Good Luck costs $13 for 15mL (cost is a bit higher when purchased through a stockist). Enchanted Polish does occasional restocks on their website HERE. Enchanted Polish is also sold on Llarowe, Harlow & Co, and Mei Mei's Signatures. You can keep up with Enchanted Polish on Facebook HERE.
Wish Me Good Luck was purchased by me.