Falling For Hue is a white crelly polish with pink, fuchsia and red metallic hex glitter in various sizes. I would say the glitter ranges from micro hexes to meduim sized hexes. If you've read my other KBShimmer posts, you know I love their polishes with this formula.
The consistency of Falling For Hue is perfect. Not to thick so that it covers the glitter, and not so thin that it runs or pools in near the cuticles. I think this perfect for Valentine's Day as well as all Spring long. This is three thin coats of Falling For Hue with one coat of HK Girl.
I have to add this in today. I talk about HK Girl top coat a lot, and I'll give you an example of why. While I was doing my nails last night my seven month old son woke up and I needed to feed him. I was just finishing my top coat when my husband got my son out of his crib. I went and talked to them for a few minutes and then went in the kitchen and made him a bottle. My husband brought my son to me (approximately 5 minutes after applying the top coat) and I held him, fed him and rocked him back to sleep. After all of that, my nails didn't have a smear, dent or any sort of mark on them at all. They look just as good as they did when I first polished them. I love that! I was able to do what I had to do and I didn't wreck the polish I had just put on. HK Girl is amazing, and I highly recommend that you check it out if you haven't had a chance to already.
You can get KBShimmer Falling for Hue here, and HK Girl on the Glisten & Glow site here. I'd love to hear what you prefer for holiday manicures. Do you like polishes like this that hint at the holiday or full out holiday manicures with stamping or nail art? Let me know in the comments below!