Celebrate the Sunset - Dusty pink creme. I was really drawn to this color. Given the name, and the dustiness and slight purple tinge to this color, I was immediately reminded Mountbatten pink, a dusty pink used to camouflage warships at dusk (though I think this is pinker than true Mountbatten pink, that may actually have been closer to the mauve-pink below). It's also the exact shade you will sometimes see at sunset when the sky near the horizon turns pink. I had good coverage with the formula and was able to reach opacity in 2 coats.
How to pink a winner - dolphin-skin grey creme. This is such a pretty grey with a lot of blue in the base. It reminds me of Zoya Kelly and Caitlin, in that regard. Also, in the bottle and on my nail, it is a bit bluer that it appears in my pictures. It doesn't really scream "summer" to me, but it is a really nice color, nonetheless. 2 coats.
Keep Your Options Open - deep, vampy purple with subtle red, blue, and purple micro-shimmer. You may be saying to yourself "oh another vampy purple", and it is a vampy purple. However, it's the shimmer in this one that sets it apart. The base is a jelly-ish creme and the micro-shimmer gets suspended in the base so when you move your fingers, you see sparkles of fine shimmer. The shimmer's not exact hidden or secret, but it's not an overtly-shimmery polish, if that makes sense. It was a little hard to capture the shimmer with my camera, but my ring finger in the top picture and my pinky finger in the bottom picture are good examples. The formula was good and I had no issues. 2 coats.
Lazy Days - Medium-toned, dusty mauve. When I first saw this one in the color, I thought it was going to be very "mom-ish". Then I put it on and I fell in love with it. It really reminds me of the long-discontinued Essie Lyford Lilac, though it's more purple than the Essie. This one had the best formula of the lot and it was opaque in one coat, though I applied two.
Steal the Spotlight - Bright, orange-based red with golden micro-shimmer. I think this one is my favorite polish in this collection. The color is warm, but is very wearable on my skintone, which can sometimes be an issue with orange-reds. It's so bright and summery and would look fantastic with a tan. I had no issues with the formula. 2 coats.
The Big Score - rose champagne metallic. This lone metallic in this collection is also the one which stumped me the most in coming up with a description. The color is a pretty mix of mauve-pink, silver, and champagne gold, and while it's a foily-metallic, there are also large particles of silver and pink shimmer in this one. This one is pretty unique in my collection. The formula was good and I had no issues. 2 coats.
I thought the previous colors from this collection were nice springy colors, but I absolutely love the colors in this second grouping. If I had to pick favorites, I'd say Celebrate the Sunset and Steal the Spotlight, but there isn't one I don't like.
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