Next up was Wooden Shoe Like to Know?, which was also a lot darker than I thought it would be. I was expecting it to be similar to Butter London's All Hail the Queen but maybe a bit warmer. Instead it was a really, really dark brown — almost a milk chocolate color. Nice, but not what I was hoping for. The consistency was thicker than Gouda Gouda Two Shoes but I still needed to do three coats to cover bald spots and, also like Gouda, the shimmers were only visible in direct light. I wan't terribly thrilled with it and can't think of an occasion where I would wear it again. Not that it isn't a good color, just that I have other brownish shades that I like better. I suspect that the problem is that I had been waiting for this collection to hit the stores for weeks so that the anticipation had built up in my mind to the point that nothing could live up to it. I'm also noticing that, unlike Anna & Erin, I suck at doing my nails over and over. I don't have the patience to do a decent job of it several times a day, as you will see with my next review for Thanks a Windmillion.