This was taken indoors in natural light. The bottle is so gorgeous I can hardly stand it! Unfortunately it doesn't show up on the nail quite as rainbowy. As you can see from the picture below it comes across as more of a sheer frosty silver with a bright lavender shimmer. It took three coats to become almost opaque and I should have done a fourth but I was kinda tired of it already... lol
These photos show the hidden greenish-teal side of the polish, but for the life of me I could not see any of the bright multichrome colors seen in the bottle. I liked the formula of the polish, it was slightly thick. It was so sheer even with 3 thick coats there was visible nail line though. If you head over to Scrangie's blog you'll see she has a compairison of Wet n Wild "Gray's Anatomy" and Deborah Lippmann's "Wicked Game".
Scrangie says: "They are so very, very close that I feel comfortable calling them dupes. There are some minor differences in formula- the Wet n Wild is a lot thicker and more opaque, requiring only three coats while Lippmann Wicked Game is more sheer and a little more watery and needs at least four coats for opacity. There is ever so slightly more duochrome effect on the Lippmann polish. And, one totally superficial difference: The Deborah Lippmann polish has a way, way prettier looking bottle. I looooove Lippmann's bottles. But, side by side, the polishes are practically identical."
Overall $1.99 is a great price for a pretty polish. Especially if you want Deborah Lippmann's "Wicked Game" without the $16 price tag. But if you're looking for rainbow multichrome this doesn't quite hit the spot.