Recently Gosh cosmetics have launched a small collection of nail polishes
including their most sought after holographic polish which at one point was like hen's teeth
and sold for a small fortune on eBay - I saw one go for £30, £30 for a nail polish...why?
Anyway I couldn't source the holographic polish not that I'm all that bothered I had it bother
and didn't quite see what all the fuss was about but I did walk away with another beautiful glitter polish!

Gosh Galaxy is a rather difficult shade to pin point, in most lights it is a old bronze shade with purple and gold
glitter flecks in abundance but in other lights it looks like an olive green and in others a taupe tone.
Although not a dupe but Barry M Bronze does give a similar effect as it is a bronze based glitter polish
which is slightly cheaper and easier to source but I do stress that it is not identical!

For me Gosh Galaxy is the perfect autumn glitter choice as it is muted yet sparkly
and taps wonderfully into the deep bronze shades that dominate the fall palette.
The polish is opaque in two coats but I did find three to give the best results,
it dries fairly quickly and the brush is a good size and easy to control.

Gosh polishes are available in selected Superdrug stores and via Superdrug's online store
but the online selection is minuscule...sort it out Superdrug!

Nail Polish Disclaimer - I no longer comment on the wear time as we all apply polishes differently (top/base coats etc) and as I change my polish almost daily sometimes several times a day due to swatching purposes I do not feel that I can fairly comment on wear time