This polish consists of a clear base and what looks to be two different sizes of silver glitter--a small hexagonal shape and a very fine square-shape--along with equally fine fuchsia glitter. Viewed at a distance, the two shades of glitter combined on the nail create a silvered-lavender look.
The formula is rather thick, simply due to all of the densely-packed glitter. It provides almost opaque glitter coverage with just one coat, but I used two coats just to make sure I didn't miss any spots. If you were to wear a metallic silver polish underneath as a base, a single coat would definitely be sufficient. It dries to a gritty texture and, like most glitter polishes, removal can be time-consuming but I think the results in this case justify the extra work.
Marylebone is a sparkling confection fit for a fairy tale princess and is the epitome of girly, yet somehow manages to retain a certain sophistication. Although my girlhood days are long behind me, may I never be too old to enjoy some glitter now and then!