I actually like this because I'm not a huge glitter fan. If you want subtle, and SMALL peices, like I do, this is great. I love Orly bottles because the cap is so easy to grip and twist but the brushes are usually eh. Some are better than others though. I had no problem with this.
Goth is a nice go-to for those who like a good basic black polish, but are in the mood to switch it up a little without being too loud. The silver glitter in the black base is very subtle on the nail in most lighting, so look elsewhere if you want a little more bang. In a well-lit area, the silver speckles remind me of a peaceful, gorgeous starry night. Formula-wise, it dries quickly and is totally opaque in two coats. The polish has a nice glossy finish by itself, but a shiny top coat brings out the slight shimmer a bit more.
*edit: Try it with a matte top coat. Amazing!
I dont understand all the negative reviews on this product-I LOVE this color. It is now my go-to color for black nailpolish. I only wear dark colors on my nails(yes, even in summer) and I wanted a really nice glittery black color without having to put a layer of 'sparkle' over it.
Some of the other reviews have complained that the sparkley bits in this polish are not big-this is what I like about the polish. The sparkles are understated and make the black look more shiny, especially if you put a top coat over it. You can really only tell that the sparkles are there if you go out in the sunlight and that is why I love this stuff. It's nice and subtle.
I took off one lippie because lets face it-$6.00 for a bottle of polish is not cheap, but it's better than paying up to $9.00 for a bottle of Essie. I would buy this color again and I sincerely hope that Orly doesn't discontinue it.
What OmToast said, basically: A thoroughly lackluster black polish. Zoya has me thoroughly spoiled with "Raven," which is lustrous, very black and lasts forever (five days without tip wear on a black manicure!). I also bought the mini of this, and it's very, very cute. The small brush is precise, I like that. But I'm underwhelmed with this polish, and I *am* a goth.
I purchased the mini size was disappointed when I painted this color on my nails. I was expecting more of the silver glitter/particles to be applied on my nails. I wasn't expecting the polish to be a glitter polish but in the jar the color looked like more glitter/particles would adhere. Oh well. Two coats + a top coat and you're good to go. Overall this polish is good.
I really liked this nail polish. I love black nail polish in general, but I really like this. I love how shiny it was, didn't ever look dull, and the little sparkles in it are really neat. It lasted quite a while, about 5 days, before I had to repaint. Would definitely repurchase
I love this polish. I bought a miniature of it (I love Orly's miniatures, they're such great value for money and their brushes are good, unlike the brushes on OPI's miniatures, *gah*), and am still working my way through it. The polish appears to be Orly's Liquid Vinyl polish with different sized silver glitter sprinkled through it - it reminds me of a snowy night. Application is great, flawless in two coats, plus a shiny top coat. Wear could be better, lasts around 3 days before major chipping. But I love it, will definitely repurchase.
I can't believe it: a black polish I'm not thrilled with. And I had such high hopes, as this color combines two of my favorite things: black polish and silver glitter. My mind reeled at the thought of shiny, black vinyl nails . . . with sparkles! Hopes: dashed. The finish, even with a top coat (I just use the OPI top) is really weirdly dull. Not patent or shiny in any sort of impressive way, at all. The medium-sized, low-density glitter just seems like an afterthought in all lights. Like, "Oh. Huh. There's glitter in there." rather than any discernible sparkle. I'd deal with the lackluster glitter, but I cannot abide a lifeless black polish. Suck! The formula is . . . fine. A bit thin. And I never realize how much I prefer the OPI prowide brush until I use another polish. Lasting power is good -- 3-4 days on tips with Orly Bonder, interminable as pedi. Thoroughly humdrum, will not repurchase.