Dreams Becoming Reality - Dusty teal creme. 2 coats. Imagine collection.
Flashback - Bright red-orange neon jelly. As it's a neon, this one dries slightly matte (which takes away from the jelly-nes. To get it back, just apply TC). 2 coats. Kaleidoscope collection.
Golden Gleam - Old gold metallic. Leans slightly mustard. 2 coats. Kaleidoscope collection.
Living in the Moment - Greige creme. In real life, there was a slight lavender tone to this one that didn't translate in my pictures. 2 coats. Imagine collection.
Unconditional Love - Soft rose gold metallic. 2 coats. Imagine collection.
I found the formula on all these to be a tad on the watery side. It wasn't hard to control, you just had to make sure you didn't have too much on your brush. Also, I'm not a huge fan of the brush, as it seemed a little wimpy, but maybe that's me just being in a bitchy state of sleep deprivation. :P
SpaRitual is made by the same company as Orly, though SpaRitual is their higher-priced, "boutique" line. They have a very "body, mind, spirit" philosophy that I get, but I also think is a little hokey. I know in some cases, SpaRitual polishes are rumored to be re-labeled Orlys (I say rumored, because I don't think there's any concrete proof on this), but in the case of the 5 I reviewed today, I think they are all unique, or at least, I don't have any Orly dupes in my collection.
SpaRituals are available at online etailers like Apothica.com. They are usually priced around $10.
EDITED as SpaRituals are not available for purchase on their website.
These were sent to me for review