It's a gorgeous brown shimmer with red undertones. I used 3 easy coats although I could have gotten away with 2. It was a TAD on the thin side. Not seriously, but I know for next time. Some of the photos might make it look a bit brush strokey but in person they aren't noticeable.
Next I decided to keep on the Espresso and use them for Coke nails. As you all probably know I love Coke. But over the years it's become more costly. I sometimes buy it off the street. Well it depends on the street. You can't get Coke off every street corner. Some don't have vending machines... See what I did there? Yup. Anyways truth be told I rarely drink pop. It's kinda horrific for your insides.
Anyways for this I used the Espresso, then a coat of some OLD Wet n Wild gold glitter with no name. Followed by sponging on a mixture of Claire's Snowball and OPI's Over The Taupe. Then on top of then I put those clear microbeads to look like bubbles rising to the surface. Then I shook a bottle of my Sally Hansen Quick dry top coat and put it on top so it would make extra real tiny bubbles. Followed up with Seche Vite that was a bit thick. I shook that bottle too. Finally another coat of the SH topcoat. It looks pretty cool for an experiment if I do say so myself!
Finally I did watermelons on my right hand. You would think they would be easy. But I somehow managed to ruin them. They stink. But I will still show them to you.
Don't even look at this for more than a second.