The only gripe I have is that though it is a jelly polish, it dries very bumpy, foily and rather dull. After applying my third coat of CND's Super Shiney top coat, I realized that this polish is somehow immune to the glossy powers of Super Shiney. In order to bring out the true fire and sparkle, and especially the depth, out of Razzle Dazzle, I highly recommend a thicker, super glossy top coat like Seche Vite or Poshe. A super glossy top coat (that will stay glossy on Razzle Dazzle) really puts the jelly formula and dense glitter in another league--the glitter looks frozen in time, layers trapped in layers of dense, pink resin. It could go on forever in really good lighting (or flash photography because my camera is on its last legs). Even in somewhat dim lighting-- like in a restaurant, there are rubies sparkling up, catching whatever light is available. But that's with said top coats. Otherwise, it just gets really tiring. I just went out during my lunch break to buy a bottle of Poshe, and so far so good.
With Poshe top coat and flash. See the fire, the depth, the layers of jelly and sparkle? The effect is even more amazing in person.