Essie’s For The Twill Of It is a medium grey with a reflective green and pink shimmer. I tried this a topcoat and without one and the shimmer is a little better without a topcoat. I feel like that happens for most multi-chrome polishes. This was easily opaque in one coat and had a great formula! As always I used my Seche Vite Dry Fast Topcoat.
Essie’s Social Lights is a slate gray with an amber shimmer. Which came out in the 2017 Winter Collection along with Ring In The Bling, Suit And Tied, On Your Mistletoes, Be Cherry, and New Year, New Hue. This has a great formula and was easily opaque in two smooth coats. As always I used my Seche Vite Dry Fast Topcoat. I waited for awhile to have this, and it defiantly met my expectations I had of it. Absolutely a new favorite of mine, would highly recommend!
Zoya’s Pepper is a deep brick red cream with a cool tone. This was easily opaque in two coats and applied nicely. However, I did tend to get a lot on my brush, so I was constantly having to go back and wipe off the access amount of polish. It wasn’t that much of a problem to me, but it’s nice to know before you start painting your nails. As usual I used Seche Vite Top Coat. Really liked this polish and I think it would be great for Autumn!
Zoya’s Lorna is a luscious berry color. This polish has more of a purplely tone to it rather than red, which makes it less of a cranberry purple and more of a plummy shade of purple. This is also one of the many PixieDust from Zoya, which came out in their 2016 Enchanted Holiday Collection along with three other new PixieDust, Waverly, Alice, and Elphie. This had a great formula and was very easy to apply. I did 2 coats for my swatch photos and thought that they looked nice, but if you’re very picky or do really thin coats you might have to do a third coat. I really enjoyed this polish and was pleasantly surprised with how much I liked it! Great polish, would highly suggest you pick this one up!
Essie’s Sweet Soufflé is a beautiful creamy white with a strong golden orange shimmer. This came out in the Summer 2017 collection. The shade is a sheer polish and took three coats to be opaque. Formula was fine and applied okay. As usually I used the Seche Vite Topcoat. I would defiantly recommend picking this one up!
Zoya’s Godiva is 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).