There it was, untouched, just waiting for me. The tag line said "Pixel Perfect: scene-stealing 3D shades in a fast-drying, multi-dimensional formula". Multi-dimensional? Is that what we're calling shimmer these days? No matter, I grabbed the four I hadn't swapped for and went to the register. I love a complete set, and these are only $1.99, and cute, with punny names.
Bottom row: Sage in the City, Teal or No Teal, Saved By the Blue, Buffy the Violet Slayer, Gray's Anatomy.
They're not minis like the vacation-themed ones, either; these are .34 fluid ounces, which I'm pretty sure is the normal full size for this line (the minis were .22 fluid ounces).
Here are the warm colors on the nail:
My favorite of this group was the orange; it seemed like a really wearable shade, even for a cool color loving person such as myself.
Now the other side of the color wheel; there are five of these, so my thumb gets to make an appearance for a change:
Ah, Karen colors. I'd wear any of these as a full mani, but if forced to pick just one, I'd go with the green. It's very glowy, and good greens are still a bit hard to come by.
These swatches are three coats, and you can see there's still a hint of visible nail line (some shades more so than others), so if that bothers you, skintoned "underwear" is called for. All of them went on nicely, and the stubby cap was easier to manage with the longer brush that these had versus the minis, where it really bothered me. All in all, I'm glad I got these.