The finish reminds of color shifting glassflecks in a green/brown jelly base. The color shifting range is usually within something like burgundy red and hot pink to golden/orange/brown. But looking close one can see navy blue/purple glassfleck spots in the burgundy/hot pink and in some lights the edges of the golden/brown turns almost green.
The color shifting is visible in literally all lights, maybe not in direct sunlight though, then it's more pink, but you get my point, you don't have to search for it. The only down side here is that the polish is sheer, very sheer. I needed 5 coats.. I'll definitely try layering it over perhaps black in the future.
|Sorry about the photo being blurry, don't know what happened there. :/|
|Can you see the blue flecks here in the hot pink? :)|
|Here is one example of how it looks greenish in the edges.|
|Flourecent light (also similar to direct sun light)|
And just for fun. Had to google "heirloom" and the meaning of it, I didn't know what it meant but maybe you already did. Anyhow, basically it's something antique, perhaps a jewelry or other family treasure which has been passed on through generations.
Overall, I really like this polish despite the sheerness. I have a weak spot for multichromes/duochromes, that's for sure. Have you tried this polish? What do you think about it? :)