If you like blue you need this polish. If you like gray you need this polish. I've you've got ninety-nine cents you can have this polish. Please excuse my pinky in the pictures. The topcoat did that weird wrinkly thing.
Rain Check is absolutely gorgeous. I loved it in the bottle and I love it just as much on the nail. It's kind of a metallic, maybe a little bit frosty? I'm not really sure. It does leave a few brushstrokes, but I didn't think it was that big a deal. The color is kind of a grayish periwinkle. It has insane rainbow multicolored shimmer. It does kind of remind me of storm clouds; one of those days where it's storming really badly and then all of a sudden the sun peeks through the clouds. This was three coats. The application was great and so was the formula. Can I once again remind everyone that this cost ninety-nine cents? Holy balls. Thanks Wet n Wild.
I'd like to address something that came up in the comments yesterday regarding my kitties. An anonymous commenter implored me to keep Easter grass away from my cats because it can cause serious damage. I'd just like to reassure Anonymous and everyone else that I do not let my cats eat Easter grass, tinsel, or rubber bands. If there is Easter grass or tinsel within the reach of little kitty paws and teeth, I watch them very carefully and then take it away if I leave the house or go to bed. One time Alley ate a very large rubber band and I had to take her to the vet to have her stomach pumped. I know that these seasonal decorations can cause serious damage to kitty digestive systems, so please don't worry. I love my babies and I do my best to protect them.