I just can't seem to get enough of glitter gradients lately, so looking at the two glitters Funky Fingers has released this year to raise funds for a childhood cancer charity (Alex's Lemonade Stand, that's where I went with them when it was swatching time. I laid down a base of the mystery white creme I decanted from somewhere, then adorned the tips of my tips with Alex's Pink Lemonade and Alex's Lemonade before adding clear topcoat. This is a summer manicure if I've ever seen one—so bright!
I also tried them one at a time as straightforward toppers. Here's Alex's Lemonade over Funky Fingers To Infinity and Beyond. There was some dabbing necessary to get the larger glitters to behave; I'd say this was about the equivalent of two coats of Alex's Lemonade. These are scented polishes; this one smells lemony and sweet when dry, and continued to do so even after I added clear topcoat. I didn't find it overpowering but I'm not especially sensitive to scents.
I paired Alex's Pink Lemonade with Funky Fingers Pluto 4ever. This combination turned out to be much more low contrast than I expected. Application was the same as its yellow sibling; about two coats including some dabbing, with clear topcoat added to smooth things over. This one smelled sort of generically fruity, some sort of berry, maybe?
I was having fun, so I kept playing with these. I alternated them over a base of Funky Fingers Comet Mebro.
I didn't add topcoat to the look above, because I had the idea the Comet Mebro was sheer enough and the glitter bright enough to make a crelly sandwich. And so it was. Not surprisingly, the yellow glitter came through a little stronger but the pink didn't get entirely covered.
I give both of these a thumbs up for being fun.