Sadly, I do not have any direct sun shots of these polishes though. I swear the only time the sun has been out in the last few weeks around here is when I've been at work or had an appointment. But I wanted to get these up for you before Christmas so instead of my normal direct sun and indoor with natural light photos I did outdoor photos in natural overcast light. The first photo will be the overcast shot and the second photo will be indoors with flash. I used Finger Paints base coat and no top coat for all swatches.
Red Satin is a medium red creme. Application is smooth and the formula flows nicely, though it is a little thin so you should be careful of pooling. This is 2 coats.
Pure Joy is a red and gold glitter. The mix is heavier on the small round red glitters, but the small gold hex glitters stand out a lot. This is 2 coats over Red Satin. I had no problems or issues with formula or application. This is probably best as a layering polish. I think it would take too many coats to build opacity on its own.
Merry Berry is a dark red creme with some purple hints to give it a berry tone. I had a few issues with this one. Application was mostly smooth. The formula tends to pool however and thicker areas dry slowly. This caused some drag and pulling on the second coat. I recommend using thin even coats and waiting a little longer than normal between coats with this polish. I used 2 coats.
Blue Bells Ring
Blue Bells Ring is a blue foil. The color is very vibrant yet still feels wintery, at least to me. Formula and application are both very nice with this one. I did get a bit of drag around my cuticles when I went back over an area I'd already covered to even out brush strokes. I used 1 coat in these pictures.
Glitter All The Way
Glitter All The Way is a multi color glitter. There are small round red, gold, and purple glitters and small green hex glitters. The color mix is Mardi Gras in a bottle. Formula and application are both good. This is 2 coats over Blue Bells Ring. You could probably get this one opaque without too many coats, but I think it works great as a layering polish as well.
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