Well, here are some more to check out...
This is what they look like side by side...
My thoughts, if you need just one, you might be hard pressed to decide. Here's why: China Glaze applied a bit easier and had less drag than Color Club. But Color Club's 'Jingle Jangle' gave more coverage with the 2 coats I applied. Once again, I didn't put on a top coat so you could see just how sparkly they were without it.
They can all look similar, at first glance because they are reds all within the same hue.
So, let's see what happens when they end up on the nails...
Let me start off with 'Rockin' Red.' This polish has pink glitter floating in a mass of red micro-glitter. And then, sometimes that pink glitter will flash red. It's a trickster.
On the index and pinky, I have China Glaze, and this is my favorite of the three. With the first coat, which almost always is thin, I can tell that the base color is a translucent red. Swatching it on white pape, it looks fuchsia next to the other two. But the micro and semi-micro glitter is red, no doubt. This gives it better coverage in two coats than the other two.
Last is Finger Paints and I'm actually disappointed in this one. The base is a much weaker base of red. And it has true red glitter but only one size. However, it didn't give as complete coverage as the other two did. It would need three or four coats to become opaque. So you might want to keep that in mind.
The lighting is off, but I wanted you to see the differences in the opaqueness of the three.
I think they are similar, again, that I wouldn't need all of them. For the gold, my favorite, easily is China Glaze's 'Twinkle Lights.' And I'm favoring China Glaze's 'Ring In The Red' for the red glitter.
Tell me your thoughts on these.