What it is: Whim Nail Lacquer is part of a 3 step system that is supposed to deliver the durability of a gel manicure with but the ability to remove it easily with nail polish remover. I have only the color portion of the system and not the base or top coats so my review is only for the nail color itself.
Price/Quantity: $10 for 9.5 ml / .32 fl oz
- Cracking Embers – Deep rusty red laced with gold shimmer. Mostly opaque in one coat.
- Fallen Sunset – Shimmery gold glitter with a hint of opal duo chrome. Sheer after one coat.
- Tall, Dark, & Rich – Deep purplish grey glitter with a metallic silver shine and chunkier flecks of copper glitter. Mostly opaque in one coat but with a few streaky, more transparent areas.
Packaging: The black top can be removed easily from the lid if needed. Unlike most nail polishes, the brush is pinched so that it is wider and more flat on one side. The color is labeled on the bottom of each bottle. I like that the bottles are rectangular because they can be stored in a more compact spot than round bottles.
Smell/Fragrance: Typical nail polish smell, neither stronger nor weaker than most others I have tried.