As with most glow polishes, both Skele-bration and Go Batty are sheer topcoats which, according to my previous experimentations, work best over white. So each swatch is three coats of polish (I'll get to why in a moment) over two coats of white (because the white I used needed two).
Skele-bration is a fairly standard green glow polish (which I just realized looks bluish in that picture) with not-standard skull and crossbones glitters! Super exciting. The polish is fairly thin and the whole 2nd coat was me fishing out (with moderate difficulty) the skulls and getting them positioned properly on my nails. None came out with the first coat and I used the third to even everything out. I did get one skull naturally during the third coat application. So, how does it glow?
Fairly well. I can't find my blacklight bulb so this is from standing in the dark laundry room and putting my hand up to the window for about 30 seconds. The glow doesn't last super long, but if you're in low-light instead of pitch-blackness it does last a bit longer. If you're at a party with blacklights then that would definitely help
Go Batty is a totally weird name for this polish, but I do like the pairing of moon glitters with the blue. Go Batty behaved exactly like Skele-bration; right down to naturally grabbing one moon on the third coat application. Does it glow blue?!
*pfft* No... Still pretty, though.
I did get some bubbling, but I'm going to say that's 85% my own fault for using so many coats and being impatient.
I think I may go ahead and do the last two SC "neons" next just to get them over with and in their drawer. I don't have high hopes. Perhaps that means I'll be pleasantly surprised! We shall see. Hope everyone is well and enjoying some amazing fall-like weather. I'll be back in a couple days with some more polish! (^_^)"/"