I started with a base of Poshe, 2 coats of China Glaze Rodeo Fanatic and then topped with Cult Nails Wicked Fast. Next I added a thin coat of Nicole by OPI Gold Texture Coat and topped that with another coat of Wicked Fast. Cleanup was a little messy with a dark blue and then the gold shimmer but it worked for the game.
As you can see, my pinkie didn't fare too well. I paint my nails from pinkie to thumb, so it was first and the crackle flat out didn't crackle. If you have a crackle polish that is too thick, add a few drops of your favorite Nail Polish Thinner (Seche Restore, or a generic brand) and roll the polish in your hands (or shake if you're REALLY impatient like me) until it becomes liquid again.
Random Krystal trivia. I didn't realize that the China Glaze logo was a "C" and a "G" until about 2 years into owning several hundred bottles. I just thought it was a fire flame or something. Nerd.
Crackle is iffy - sometimes I love it, sometimes I hate it. For this game, it worked but this manicure didn't even last 24 hours before I took it off.
I purchased Rodeo Fanatic from the etailer, Head2Toe Beauty and the Texture coat from Nicole by OPI was a press sample.
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