As you can see, CCBB is a pretty pink color with lots of glitter. It's a beautiful shade, not being too pale or too bright. It's a somewhat sheer jelly, so this is two coats topped with one coat of Seche Vite. I figured this still looked cheerful and springy, and would be a nice transition from my Easter mani!
I was a little surprised when I first applied it. There is a very slight goldish shimmer to the polish. My camera couldn't even pick it up! I had studied the bottle after I received it, and it really doesn't show through the glass. But on your fingertips, it looks wonderful. It's subtle, but it gives it a little something extra than just being a flat pink.
All in all, I think it's a beautiful polish! I absolutely fell in love with this one when I saw it in her Etsy shop, and it really meets the hype in person. I suppose it could also be considered a toned down version of Claire's Candy Shop, or Deborah Lippmann's Candy Shop. Those are a bit lighter shade of pink, and pack more glitter. A wonderful comparison of those two was done by Colour is Magic. While I own neither of those, I'm happy with this shade of pink and the amount of glitter in this one instead.
All in all, I'd say this is a wonderful polish. The quality of the polish is great, it only took two coats to get the look I wanted, and Pretty and Polished also makes "three-free" polishes!