The Lucy Darling was actually broken up into four different categories: Shimmering, Glittering, Sparkling and Spangle. The category names can be a bit misleading based on our typical definition of polish finishes. Don’t know if the Korean definitions are different or if it’s just a translation issue.
These four are from the Shimmering Category and are truly shimmers. Glittering contained the pastels from the last post, but don’t contain glitter. Sparkling has foils and the Spangle category did indeed have glitter. And don’t be fooled by Satin Purple’s name, it really is a shimmer.
Mocha Brown probably had the most shimmer making it look almost foil-like (come to think of it, I’ve never really ever seen a brown foil). Garnet Red had gold shimmer with nice depth. The base color in Magenta Pink was rather one-dimensional like the pastels, but still very pretty. And Satin Purple had the most prismatic colors.
I really liked all four of these, but I can’t report anything stunningly different or unusual about these colors. They are solid workhorse polishes for a reasonable price.