This is three coats of FoF with (one or two, I don't remember) coats of Seche Vite. Since it's a jelly the first two coats look super thin, but it builds up really nicely. I think if you wanted to use less polish you could layer one or two coats over a coat of a black creme, but where's the fun in that? I love the effect that you get where you can see glitter trapped under a coat of jelly. The formula was easy to work with and I can't say enough great things about this polish. As for its dupe-ability, I have read and seen swatches comparing it to Deborah Lippmann's Bad Romance, and they are definitely very similar! Unfortunately I don't own BR (or any Lippmann polishes - yet!) so I can't do a comparison, but with the Revlon ringing in at anywhere between $3 and $6, it's not a bad option. Check out some photo spam after the jump!
The glitter is all one colour, it's just a different colour whether it's in the sun or the shade!
I thought it looked absolutely perfect against my bottle of Bath and Body Works black raspberry vanilla body cream. Little known fact: I used to work at Bath and Body Works! I hope you enjoyed this post, I can't wait to see what Mandy has to say about FoF. Love, Nikki.