I'm dealing with peelies again, so when it came time to change polish I took some length off my nails and put on Orly Nailtrition, applying on a new coat every day for three days, then skipped a day, then put another coat on. In the bottle it's a shimmery pink but on the nail it's pretty much clear. By the end of those five days, my nails did start to display a bit of a pearly pink glow.
It's too early to say if the Nailtrition did its job on the peelies—five days wasn't enough for them to all grow out—but I think my nails did look better when I took it off than when I put it on. The directions say to use it for two weeks, applying every day, then take a week off, but I don't have the attention span for that right now.
This picture shows one of the things that bothers me about my nails—if I file them so the same length of tip is showing on each, different amounts of the tips of my fingers show. My ring finger is nubbiny while the others are merely shorties. I'm guessing that I might be the only one who notices this, though—except now I've pointed it out to all of you.