Blossoming is the spring 2012 offering from Color Club. It's five cremes and one shredded glitter top coat.
I tried Blushing Rose first. It's a light candy pink creme. I needed 3 coats to get reasonably even coverage, and added a top coat to further settle things out.
It's a fine pink, with maybe just a touch of purple in it, which is always a good thing to my eyes. I'm not really into just pink right now, so I had to amp things up somehow and decided to do a half moon mani. I slapped on some hole reinforcers and alternated the medium purple creme, Lavendarling, and the purpley rose creme, Sweetpea, adding two coats of those over the pink then followed with topcoat.
I used the remaining three colors together, painting most of my nails with Hydrangea Kiss, the periwinkle-leaning blue creme, and using Blue-ming, the light teal creme (not blue), as an accent. They were both two coaters. Over that, I added two coats of Diamond Drops, which has silver holographic glitter shards in a clear base. Like a lot of chunky glitters, it required some fiddling to get the glitter bits to not clump on the nail. I put on a layer of topcoat over it to smooth things out.
Not so long ago, the irregular shapes in Diamonds Drops would have really bothered me, but I've gotten to place where I rather enjoy the randomness. It helps a lot that the colors shift with the light; I love a polish that entertains me.
It's quite possible I have dupes or close enoughs in my stash to match all the cremes in this collection, but the same cannot be said of Diamond Drops. It's the one I bought my own bottle of after I swatched these (the set shown will be going to live with Lucy).
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