Tonight I have 5 different colours to show you. First up is Shiny Baby Pink. This is two coats, with no topcoat.
Shiny Baby Pink is just that - a pretty pale baby pink, with a metallic finish.
As with most metallics, this does show the brushstrokes a bit, but I don't find them too obvious in this polish. The formula is really nice - this is smooth and buttery, and didn't need any clean up. The brush is good - not too stiff, not too floppy, not too wide (something I find a real issue for my narrow nails with some brands). I think this is really pretty! It's not my usual style - maybe a bit too pink and sweet for my usual taste, but it is pretty.
Next up is Cobalt Blue. This one has a gorgeous jelly-like quality to it.
The formula on this one is really good, and I love the vibrancy of the colour.
Isn't it gorgeous? Because the colour on this is so pigmented, I worried that it might be a stainer, but I'm happy to report that it isn't at all.
Before I took this off though, I thought I'd try one of the other polishes over it. Lilac is quite sheer, so I layered one coat over Cobalt Blue.
Oh wow! Isn't it gorgeous? Lilac transforms Cobalt into a shimmery, duochromey purpley-blue stunner!
I love these two together.
Next up is Lilac on its own. This is three thin coats as it's on the sheer side.
This is another lovely one - this is a shimmery bluey purple. I bet it would look fantastic over black too.
This one has a good formula, but is a touch on the slow side to dry. It's really pretty though!
Next up is one called Neon Gold. This is the one I was most excited about in advance, because I LOVE a gold, and I've never heard of a NEON gold! The company tells me that this one is still being tinkered with, as they don't think Neon Gold is the right name for it at the moment. I have to say, I'd agree with that.
This is two coats of Neon Gold, with no topcoat. Formula is nice, like Shiny Baby Pink. I like this colour a lot. But I don't think it's gold, and it's certainly not neon. It's a bit of an odd colour - a sort of peachy orangey gold, but I'm a fan of orange and of gold, so that's fine with me.
Actually, this totally reminds me of butternut squash!
The company would like some feedback about this one - what do you think? Should they try and make it more gold? More neon? Try a different name? I don't even know what a neon gold would look like - I'm struggling to imagine such a thing!
The last one is imaginatively called Gold Glitter, and I think it's my favourite. It's a straightforward gold glitter, with tiny square pieces in a slightly yellow-tinted base. The glitter is dense, so it's got great coverage.
You could certainly use this as a glitter topper over a coloured base, but I wanted to see what it would be like on its own, whether I could get complete coverage without a base colour.
The answer is yes! The tinted base really helps with this.
The accent nail is 2 coats of Cobalt Blue with one coat of Gold Glitter. I think that works well. But I love the other nails! They're three coats of glitter on its own. As you can see, there are some tiny gaps, but the tinted base evens this out.
Overall, I think these polishes are good - nice colours, high quality, decent brushes. I don't know how much the company are planning to charge, so I'd be interested to know. I like the look of a lot of the other colours too.
On a very very trivial note - I like the lids! The shape makes the brush nice and easy to hold, but also mirrors the zig zag shape of the VK in the logo, which makes me smile!
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These polishes were provided by the company for my honest review. Please see my Disclaimer section for more information.