I have this in Delilah and it's horrendous. The glitter distribution is totally botched up. You end up with your nails covered in grossly uneven streaks of glitter, and the look of glitter itself is pretty damn dull, too, and doesn't improve much even once I've put my glossiest topcoat over it. The colour is beautiful and it doesn't chip easily, but looks so sloppy when applied that it's really practically useless. I'm a bit of a nailpolish addict and I'm well accustomed to painting my nails with glitter polishes, from the cheapest drugstore ones all the way to the top of the line (best I've ever tried are OPI and Illamasqua) and this one is completely impossible to apply evenly, unless you fuss with it for an hour and apply at least three abnormally thick coats. It's undoubtedly the worst glitter polish I've ever tried. Packaging is nice, I guess, but nothing special? It's functional. I wouldn't call it terribly original or iconic or anything, but it gets the job done and it's not hideous.
My mom bought me this; when I saw the prices at the Zoya counter in our local Mueller, I almost gagged with indignation. It's natural makeup, oh how wonderful - who the hell cares, if it's unwearable? If you can't manage a halfway decent glitter suspension, then maybe don't manufacture glitter polish that's shittier than Essence's nail polishes. Those are like 1.50 euros a bottle. This is over 10 euros.
No way I'm buying this again. I don't even know what to do with this bottle, because it makes my blood boil every time I look at it and it's been sitting on my nailpolish shelf for like 2 years now. I might get over my disappointment and try another polish from this brand, one with a different finish, but I'm generally unwilling to trust brands that put such a sloppily made product out.