For some reason, I felt I should dress up for the sheep, so I wore a cute jersey dress, bow flats, makeup, and the gorgeous polish I'm about to review!
Darling Diva Polish's Dangerous Driver is a beautiful and complex shimmer topper. The faintly purple base is filled with a mix of red/green color-shifting shimmer and two sizes of linear holographic powder (think holographic Clarins 230). It's not the strongest holographic effect, but it's definitely visible. The slightly toned-town nature of the holographic effect makes it easier to see the color-shifting pigment, so it all works out quite well! Darling Diva recommends layering it over purple or blue, so I did one coat of Dangerous Driver over two coats of the fabulous Illamasqua Jo'Mina. The end result is a stunning, lit-from-within glow accented by holographic sparkle. You also get a green color shift in the shimmer at some angles, but I was unable to catch this on camera. The formula was absolutely perfect and dry time was average.
I really loved this combination! I wear glitter polish constantly and often can't bring myself to wear plain cremes. Shimmer toppers like this are my happy medium between "boring" cremes and over-the-top glitter.
Darling Diva Polish Dangerous Driver costs $12 for 15mL. You can purchase Darling Diva products from their Etsy shop, Llarowe, Norway Nails, and MeiMei's Signatures. To stay up-to-date on the latest Darling Diva Polish news, Like their Facebook page
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