The description of Fire Queen speaks for itself:
“My color inspiration comes from Depression Era glass from the 1930s and 1940s—specifically, the pale jade color of the Fire-King line made by the Anchor Hocking Glass Company commonly referred to as “jadeite.” In a sea of imposters, no one has been able to capture the magic of the genuine Fire-King and thus it has become highly coveted since the 1960′s: a small decadence of lean times turned luxury. When you hold a piece of Fire-King up to the light it glows with history. This hue has a build-able jade jelly and the end result looks like milk glass veneers on your fingertips. Both edgy and full of vintage charm, this polish is the perfect fit for any ‘Fire-Queen.’”
I think that sums this up perfectly, especially if you are familiar with Depression Era glass and have a fondness for it. This is milk glass in a nail polish.
I am so happy with this color and there are no words for how beautiful it is. The formula is jelly, so it needs several coats to reach opacity. I used three here. Another thing to note is that this takes a long time to dry, so make sure you have some time set aside to avoid any wrinkles or creases in it.
This is a really unique shade and I highly recommend it! Holly- you need this!