Sorry to be the dissenting opinon, here, but this is one of the worst polishes I've ever tried. It did not apply evenly and it has an unusual odor that I don't care for. It smudged even after 10 minutes of drying, too. I don't care for the bottle shape very much either, and I prefer having at least one mixing ball inside but there is none. The brush is a tad on the skimpy side, which helps to explain the uneven application problem. The color is interesting; it is basically a medium-toned, bronzy, champagne microglitter. However, this color did not flatter my light-medium, cool-toned coloring, either. IMO, it is a color more suited to either darker or warmer coloring than mine. *SIGH* Just a total miss for me!
This is a great shimmery neutral, and lasts a good 5-7 days.
I liked this - nice colour on me for summer and because of the price you can buy as many as you like and it's not a drama if you end up only using it once or twice. I use a sally hansen top coat(mega shine) over this to help extend the life of my pedi when using this colour.
Let me be the first to say, I love these nailpolishes. They're cheap, come in a large range of colors. The formula is not nearly as shiny as it looks in the ads, but some clear polish on top (which I always do anyhow) livens it up a bit. There's lots of glitter in these, so if glitter isnt something you like, stay away. Sparkling Sand is a light golden-bronze shade infused with tons of shimmer. I find that it has amazing staying power, it hardly chips or anything. Its actually pretty hard to get off.