First up is one of my faves. "Corally Yours" is just like its name suggests, a coral. But this baby is super bright and super smooth. I used two coats with a glossy top coat for this swatch. It had a lovely creamy formula and was so bright it freaked out my camera a little. This would be a perfect pedicure color for the summer.
Next, is "Mango Tango" which is the only shimmer in the collection. The shimmer was very subtle and was definitely more apparent in real life than in my photos. The formula was a little streaky on the first coat and I used three coats to even everything out. I would describe this color as a creamsicle orange. Again, this one is a great color for summer.
Next up, is a peachy orange creme called "Sweet Papaya". Some people may also classify this as a coral but it leans much more peach. The formula was super creamy with a nice squishy quality. I used two coats with a glossy top coat for this swatch.
This next shade is a chameleon. "Sea Breeze" looks much more blue in the bottle than it does on the nail. It also was the most sheer out of the collection. This is a blue/teal crelly that took three coats to get opaque. You can still see a little of my visible nail line but I am just fine with that. I think this color would look great year round!
"Pistachio Ice Cream" was a crowd favorite when I posted this on Instagram. Everyone loves a good mint polish. I think the name of this polish describes the color perfectly...Pistachio! I used two coats with a glossy top coat for this swatch. It had a lovely squishy crelly formula (which I love) and went on smoothly.
Lastly, we have a fun pink. "Perfect Pink" is well...a perfect pink! This is a creamy blue toned Barbie pink that I am sure will be a hit with many ladies. I used two coats for this swatch as well. the formula was great, nice and creamy with an easy application. So girly!
So, which color was your favorite? Mine was definitely "Corally Yours" with "Pistachio Ice Cream" as a close runner up. Like I said before, I have been really loving indie creme and crelly polishes lately. Have you guys tried any?
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