Sally Hansen’s Mint Sorbet is a perfect mint cream, not to green and not to blue. This applied nicely and was even and opaque in two coats. I topped it off with Seche Vite’s Dry Fast Top Coat. I really liked the look of this polish on my nails, might become a favorite of mine for summer!
Zoya’s Kendal is a beautiful nuetral lavender cream with a hint of beige. This was fully opaque for me in two coats. Formula was kind of tricky surprisingly, I don’t know if it’s just my bottle or not but that’s how it was for me. I think this would be a great polish for winter. As usual I used Seche Vite’s Dry Fast Top Coat.
Sinful Colors’ Poisonberry is a beautiful rich berry red. This polish has an incredible formula and is opaque in 1-2 coats. For my swatch photos I did one coat, but if you looked close enough you could tell there was some small light spots. I think the next time I wear this I’ll probably wear 2 thin coats.
China Glaze’s Give Me The Green Light is a beautiful deep teal jelly base that is filled with green and blue microglitter. This polish is opaque in two coats and is very sparkley. It reminds me a little of the PixieDust from Zoya. This polish kind of looks like a mermaid polish to me with the deep teal, blue and green colors. All in all I really enjoyed this polish and I think it is great for the Spring.
Zoya’s Sailor is your classic dark navy blue. I liked this navy blue a lot, because it look navy blue in all lighting. It never looked black which was nice. This cream polish is opaque in 1-2 coats. I did one coat for my photos and I thought it looked nice and opaque. But if your the type of person that likes to do really thin coats then you might need a second coat. As usual I Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat.