May 15, 2013

Indies! Darling Diva Polish Dangerous Driver

Most swatches I found online for this polish show it over a base colour.  I wanted to see what it could do on its very own.  Dangerous Driver is a sheer purple holographic polish.  I find some holographic polishes a bit overwhelming, but this has the perfect amount of colour shift and sparkle.  Bright but not blinding.  In shade or interior lighting it looks like a shimmery lavender but get it out in some sunlight and all of a sudden your fingertips turn into rainbows.

All photos show four coats of Dangerous Driver in direct sunlight or outdoor shade.  The formula was fantastic.  Despite putting on four coats it dried really quickly.  Also, the finish was super smooth.  I didn't even use a topcoat!

This is a great multipurpose polish.  You can wear it alone like I did for a more subtle pastel look or you can use it as a topcoat over a darker coloured polish to really make it sparkle.  If you'd like a bottle of your very own you can check the Etsy shop at

Update: I couldn't wait to see what this polish would look like over a variety of base colours so I tossed a few on a nail wheel and added one coat Dangerous Driver to all of them.  Look at the sparkly results!
Left to right are Finger Paints Art of Theft, OPI I Brake for Manicures, OPI Suzi Skis the Pyrenees, China Glaze Crimson, China Glaze Creative Fantasy (purple) and OPI Pamplona Purple (pink).

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