I couldn't really see any difference from before I added the Dancer. I could maybe convince myself I noticed a bit more glitter floating around in the bottle, but it didn't seem to show up on the nail. I guess I should have used a more hex-packed glitter than Dancer, which has a lot of tiny glitter in it as well:
I was also curious how this would look layered, so I got out a few base colors to try: Revlon Top Speed Sugar Plum (because I liked it so much when I tried it as underwear before), Borghese Palermo Plum (because it was in the front of the Helmer drawer I opened looking for a not too dark purple or plummy creme), and Sally Hansen Complete Salon Pat on the Black (because it seems to have become my go to vampy). I left the franken by itself on my index finger for comparison purposes and once my other tips were ready, put two coats of the base colors on them (the Borghese could have used three but since I knew I was layering, I didn't bother).
Then I added two coats of Sugar Plum Sparkle to the fingers that didn't already have some and got this:
My absolute favorite from this layering experiment was the sparkle over Pat on the Black; I loved how the really deep base brought out the blue in the shimmer and the black pepper sprinkles didn't stand out but just added depth to the look.
I might actually have to wear this combination as a full mani, or the very least a few accent nails.