Lynnderella Connect the Dots vs. Cover Band Sticks ‘n Stones.
It’s pretty obvious these two glitters don’t actually look all that much alike when compared side to side (like cousins that often get mistaken for siblings).
Connect the Dots contains a larger variety of smaller glitters including a micro glitter in the base. Sticks ‘n Stones has a larger/chunkier look to it with the larger pieces.
As far as formula goes:
Connect the Dots is a looser glitter and does take a bit of fishing to get the larger hexagon and bar glitters out of the bottle. Sticks ‘n Stones is super thick and glitter leaps out of the bottle. The brush, however, with Sticks ‘n Stones is kind of like applying glitter with a plastic spatula. The glitter takes some coaxing to get it to spread evenly across the nail and clumps easily. In all honestly I think I prefer the formula on Connect the Dots and it was just more pleasant to work with.
There’s two different looks going on with these polishes but I don’t think its necessary to own both of them.
Polishes (L - R):
OPI - Did it on ‘em
Sinful Colors - Cream Pink
Ulta - Mint Condition