I think the red may have been to bold to really see the silver shine through here. I'm definitely wanting to play more and do a comparison to OPI's Silver Shatter (which is still on my shelf but has been worn a few times). As mentioned before, China Glaze's metallics seem to be much thinner in consistency and doesn't gum up around the bottle neck like OPI's crackles do or the first batch of Crackle Glaze from China Glaze. Granted, you can add nail polish thinner to crackle polishes to bring them back to a thin consistency, but it's nice not to have to do that.
You can see the crackle coat better in the shade - partly because the camera doesn't go crazy over all the sparkling foil of this polish.
Indoors with the flash - the bottle picture looks a lot like the China Glaze Cheers To You a bit but again - it's a crackle! I like that they have a different logo instead of a different cap, although I like the different caps as well.
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