I am exactly the type of customer being targeted by internet retailers who offer free shipping with orders over X amount—I will add stuff to my cart I hadn't planned on buying to get over that threshold. Never mind that most times the cost of the thing I'm adding is more than the shipping would have been; I keep right on doing it. The latest business to tempt me that way was SpaceNK, where I picked up a $16.50 Rococo nail lacquer, something that wasn't even on my radar when I clicked on their site. (It seemed something of a bargain in comparison to the $30 bottles of Nail Laque Terrbly, which I passed on in part due to the colors and in part due to the price and in part due to the way letters seem to be missing in the name of the product.)
The Rococo came in the sturdiest box I've yet to get polish in; I lifted off the top to find the bottle nestled in a perfectly fitting bed made from robust paperboard.
The shade I chose is called Peace Out, a bright warm green creme. It applied very nicely; these swatches are two coats without any top coat.
There was a paper insert folded up underneath the bottle with information about the ingredients and the rest of the line. The thing that caught my eye was the description of finishes they offer: one is called "luxe" (by which they seem to mean shimmer) and another is "molten lava" (by which I've no idea what they mean, some kind of metallic it sounds like but there's already another finish they call "metallic" so I'm confused.)
I quite like this one, though it is pricey for sure.