Bottle / Brush: Round bottle brush (i.e. Seche Vite) – standard width and length. The cap has a ridge at the bottom, which for me, made it easier to control and manipulate.
Opacity: Medium – achieves opacity at three to four coats. Although, I wore this as one coat over Color Club Glitter Wonderland.
Glitter Application: Easy – Spreads evenly without much manipulation.
Overall Ease of Application: Easy – applies well without pooling, dragging, streaking, or balding. Spreads evenly and smoothly.Overall Thoughts: Holy crap. I absolutely freaking love this polish. It makes me so sad that Amy of I'm Feeling Nail-Venturous is no longer making polish, but I do understand the need for a break or to stop when it gets overwhelming or loses its enjoyment-factor. Joker is extremely pigmented, so it looked great at just one coat over undies. Plus, the glitters were so easy to get out with the perfect glitter to base ratio that I didn't need to dig or manipulate the glitters. This is a seriously well made polish, and I'm so glad I found someone selling it.
Unfortunately, you can't purchase Nail-Venturous Lacquers from the source anymore. You can, however, occasionally find them on blog sales or sales pages. If you do see them, grab them as quickly as you can and don't look back.
Did you do your nails for Mardi Gras? If yes, what did you use?
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