Gummy Green & Sugar Rush
Gummy Green has a blue-leaning mint base color, with black & white-silver "sprinkles". I used 3 coats of Gummy Green with no top coat in the swatch.
Sugar Rush has a creamy white base with the same black & white-silver "sprinkles" that Gummy Green has. I used 3 coats of Sugar Rush with no top coat in the swatch.
The first coat, as you can see in the picture to the left, is pretty sheer. However, this is good for these Sprinkles polishes because if it was more opaque, then each coat would cover up the "sprinkles" on the previous coat. Since it is more sheer, it allows you to layer it up nicely, giving you an end result with a lot of "sprinkles".
The second coat amped up the opacity, as well as added a lot more "sprinkles". Here you can see how the sheer formula allows you to layer up the "sprinkles", while building up the opacity & brightness of the base color.
With three coats, you get a pretty opaque base color, along with a large amount of "sprinkles". You can choose to add a fourth coat to make the base color completely opaque, but, I stop here. You can also apply a coat of a polish that is a similar color to the base to make the color more opaque.
I feel that these polishes have a nice formula. They aren't thick & goopy, but, they also aren't thin & watery. These polishes also dried at a normal speed. They also had an average wear with some slight wear on the tips after a few days.
Will you be picking anything up from the Sprinkles collection?
Nail Polishes Swatches