a beautiful irridescent color! i put one coat of revlon's sheer pink as a base coat under it and two coats of social ladder. it's so pretty. the revlon sheer pink on its own is streaky and disappointing, but with sinful colors social ladder over it, both work to make a gorgeous pale manicure with lots of interest. like everyone else says, s.l. has lots of pinky-blue-gold sparkle & sheen, and with a little booster underneath, it's a very satisfying look. get this one!
Pretty shade- french manicure pink but with superfine glitter! A great nail polish color that's work appropriate but also a little bit fun. However it does not apply evenly. Takes 3 coats for an even application and then it's more opaque than I was looking for.
This is a sheer milky pink with subtle pink and green glitter. Neutral but very feminine, and it was only 99 cents at Walgreens.
I love these polishes! Social Ladder is a sheer, pearly opalescent polish. perfect for my fingers, as i dont usually wear nail polish on my fingers (only my toes) this lasts a long time, and even when it does chip slightly it is hardly noticable, due to the sheerness of the color. the microglitter is very fine, and your nails will sparkle, but in a subtle way. great nailpolish and only $1.99 at rite aid!
My actual rating for Social Ladder is 3.5. The color is really pretty - a sheer milky white with pinkish duochrome and what looks like multi-colored microglitter. Its a more interesting sheer than most and it works well with my pale skin tone, actually making me more slightly more tan! However, the formula is kind of a PITA to apply. I have to apply thin layers carefully in order for it not to look streaky. It doesn't go on evenly without a struggle. But I really love this sheer for the warmer months so will continue to put up with the less than perfect formula, and will more than likely repurchase.