Since everyone tends to do their Lynns with a base coat of orange or something when dealing with Cauldron Drippings, I decided to be different and just do the 2ish coats. I say 2ish because, well, the second coat wasn't really a coat. I had to 'dab' at the places I wanted glitter to be. That was a royal pain. The glitter was different colors (orange, gold, purple, green, black, silver) and shapes (squares, bars, dots, hexagons) and I even got lucky with a nice large silver hexagon on my pinky finger. Was the only one I found!
So the polish was very goopy no matter how much I shook it, and if I may say, there was TOO MUCH GLITTER. Yes I said it. Can you believe it? So much that it could get clumpy and the bars sometimes curled. And too much means a pain to apply. I like glitter polishes that aren't a pain to apply AND look good. Lynnderella's Cauldron Drippings just looked very glittery.
So all in all, I give Lynnderella's Cauldron Drippings a 10/10 for glitter, but a 5/10 for application, and then a 5/10 for price. There are other great glittery polishes out there to satisfy your craving, like Pretty & Polished and Whimsical Ideas by Pam. And with all the drama going on with Lynnderellas now, heck, I'll keep it for the glitter, possibly Halloween, but I don't think I'll EVER buy one. Yes they are pretty, but to me they have too many cons. More Indie glitter polishes are ordered, so I shall review/wear them soon! Buona notte!