Of course, no sun! Index and middle are four coats, ring and pinky three - due to inconsistent coat thickness, mostly. The difference isn't that obvious, I think. The formula surprised me by being very good, manageable and not prone to bubbling what so ever, despite the thick coats I did. However, I did say neutral sheer, didn't I? And no, I know the base is a light blue, and most girls won't call that a neutral polish color, but since it's sheer, and it's very lightly tinted, on my heavily discolored nails it's a mere neutral. It just neutralizes my horrid yellowishness, and therefore isn't very blue on me, but sure, it's not warm either.
Also, of course the glitter makes it a little less neutral as well. I'm not one of all you fans of the Lippmann hexagon glitters (there are so many now that they don't need to be named anymore), mostly because I still think the Lippmann polishes are terribly overpriced, and the glitter really doesn't glitter, they're just particles. In this case, pretty sweet particles. And there are more than meets the eye at first glance - three different sizes, three different colors, and when you add coats, the colors of the deeper located particles change. I really like that. And even though I was hit by an instant, desperate lemming as I first saw this polish, I liked it even more in reality.
For me personally, these are well spent bucks for some subtle feminine bang.
Swedish word of the day:
luft -noun air
I admit, I like this word.