These were buy one get one half off at Walgreens, so I picked Dawn and Victorian. Dawn is a orange salmon color and Victorian is a bright neon pink. I like the Twilight-esque print on these and the frosty bottle.
Left to right: Dawn and Victorian
Pictured here is Dawn with four coats. These are meant to be a sheer tint on the nails, so you will have visible nail line. I took extra care removing my previous mani and used a base before applying this color. The first coat was horrendous. There was so much streaking and it was very, very sheer. Two coats was still streaky. Three was a little bit better. Four is where I stopped. Drying time is okay on these, not the quickest. What got me is where this color applied wet and jelly-like on the nail, it dried to a semi matte, dull color. But, happily, no bubbling! See pictures below to reference:
Here I topped the four coats of Dawn with one coat of Seche Vite. There is the shiny look I was going for! It looks so squishy and jelly-like!This above picture is of the day after, I actually applied two more coats of Dawn. (Yes-that's 6 coats total!) Here the visible nail line is harder to identify and you can see the squishiness and jelly-like appearance much better.
And here is Victorian. This was four coats and topped with one coat of Seche Vite.
I like these but not really in love with them. The sheerness is something different, and I really don't mind the sheerness. It's the finish that I don't like. I have to top it with a topcoat for me to be happy. Again, dry time is okay on these, but I like to apply several coats before I am happy with the look.
Have you tried these? What do you think of them?