Inside, it looks like a plain ol' frosty metallic silver. It's brushstroke-y and looks pretty blah.
Outdoors, you can see a subtle teal and pink duochrome, like a diluted, frostier version of OPI Not Like The Movies. Granted, it's more noticeable than the hint my camera picked up, but it's still not super strong.
The formula on this polish is okay. It's on the brushstroke-y side, as I mentioned, and covers in three coats. It's not too runny or too thick, but you do have to be mindful of where you place your brush. The brushstrokes are less noticeable in outdoor lighting, but are easily visible indoors.
Overall, I'm pretty "meh" on Dancing Queen. It looks really cool in the bottle, but falls flat on the nail. The teal duochrome is pretty but I wish it was more prominent. It doesn't show up at all indoors and outdoors, it's more subtle than your average duochrome polish. So most of the time, it just looks like a frosty silver, which I can't honestly say I'm a fan of.
Disclosure: This polish was sent to me for my honest review. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.