In episode 36, Glitter Lucky uses a powered-up version of the attack, named Sparkle Storm Shining (known in Japan as Happy Shower Shining).
Glitter Lucky first charges up her Glitter Pact with fighting spirit, making it glow and and shine. Glitter Lucky then uses both hands filled with pink energy to draw a large pink heart in front of her, and sucks up the energy into a heart symbol made with her hands. She then releases the heart, thus releasing the energy in the form of a beam at her enemy.
Sparkle Storm Shining
Glitter Lucky flies to the sky surrounded by pink energy. She puts her hands to the attack position, and sucks the pink energy to her, forming a giant heart that grows up bigger and bigger. Then she shoots all the energy that is inside the heart, forming a giant pink burst of energy that attacks her enemy.
Glitter Lucky: Glitter Force Sparkle Storm!
Glitter Lucky: Glitter Force Sparkle Storm Shining!
Cure Happy: プリキュアハッピーシャワー！
Cure Happy: プリキュアハッピーシャワーシャイニング！
Cure Happy: Purikyua Happī Shawā!
Cure Happy: Purikyua Happī Shawā Shainingu!
Cure Happy: Pretty Cure Happy Shower!
Cure Happy: Pretty Cure Happy Shower Shining!
- In the Japanese version, this move seems to cost her a lot of energy but in the English version it doesn't.
- In the Japanese version, when Happy says Pretty Cure, her voice is a bit soft and angelic but in the English version, Lucky says it in a firm and determined way.