If these had been on sale, I would have grabbed a bunch of them, but they were not, so I just took pictures of the bottles. (I keep waiting for a store employee to come ask what I'm doing on one of my photo safaris, but so far no one has. Maybe they don't get paid enough to deal with the possibly crazy lady taking pictures of the nail polish.)
Above are Golden Ticket, a coppery gold glitter, and Perfect Match, a red shimmer.
Here we have Downtown Rubies, a red glitter, and Feeling Saucy, a ruby shimmer.
Rockstar Candy, a red shimmer that leans a bit toward orange, and Sequin Scandal, an olive green micro glitter or glass fleck, are next.
Trouble Maker is a plum creme.
I didn't get a good photo of Starry Starry Flight in the bottle. It's a fine-grained silver glitter. The name has got to be a reference to Essie Starry Starry Night, that discontinued and very hard to find midnight blue glitter. Why tease us this way, Sally?
Evening Fog looks like a nice light creamy neutral; something I'd expect Essie to do, actually.
Fedora, Wet Clay, and Touch of Mink are all cremes and variations on brown.
Finally, we have Bittersweet, a very dark brown creme, and Problem Child, a deep brownish burgundy shimmer.
I like reds and plums more than the next person, but feel I have plenty of things similar to the ones in this collection already. Swatches may change my mind. I'm most interested in Golden Ticket, Sequin Scandal, and the neutral cremes. What are your picks?