Zoya’s Godiva a soft nude with a silver sparkle. To me this polish looks like sparkling sand on your nails. Godiva is part of Zoya’s PixieDust line. PixieDust are textured polishes that dry matte. If you don’t like textured polishes you can always apply a topcoat. 1-2 coats of topcoat would make the polish smooth. In my photos I did two coats, but the polish wasn’t 100% opaque. I think that if you have longer nails you might want to do more than two coats to completely cover the tips of your nails. Formula was good and easy to apply. However, I did find that sometimes I would get a little to much polish on my brush and I found myself having to brush off the extra polish back into the bottle.
Zoya’s Faye is a sheer bronzed mauve purple, packed with a bunch of bright gold sparkle. This polish is opaque in three coats and applied nicely to the nail. I would highly recommend this polish if you like super sparkley polishes. (Top Coat: Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat).
Essie’s Ballet Slippers is a classic pale pink nude. This is a sheer polish so it will take more coats than a normal cream polish. For my swatch I did three coats, it wasn’t fully opaque if you looked hard enough, but I was happy with how it looked. Formal was good, it was a slightest bit streaky but was not bad. Overall, great pinky nude, would highly recommend if you like sheer polishes. (Top Coat: Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat)
Sally Hansen’s Coral Reef is a vibrant coral cream. Coral Reef had an amazing formula and was easy to apply. It was easily opaque in two coats and as always I used my Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat. I really liked the look of this polish, it was super vibrant and popped off my nails, and it looked really nice with my tanned skin. Overall, it’s a great polish and really nice for warmer days.