As I mentioned when I shared this display photo I shared last month, every time I came across it, some of the colors were already sold out. A couple weeks agao, I was in a Meijer where they must have put it out late, as there was at least one of each color left, so I was able to reassure myself that I hadn't really missed anything that was new with this display. I did pick up the two I hadn't seen in a Studio M bottle before as well as few others. I'm going to be giving away these colors to one of the commenters on this entry, so keep that in mind as you look at the swatches so you can decide if you want in on the drawing. (The bottles I'm giving away will be the ones I used, so if that squicks you out and you still want to comment, just let me know you don't want in on the giveaway.)
Foil Me Once is a silvery pink foil finish shimmer, which I first remember seeing in the Valentine's display for 2012, then it showed up as part of the Christmas 2012 display as well. I used two coats, no topcoat, for these swatches.
I topped Foil Me Once with Platinum Record, a mix of silver and pewter glitter in various sizes in an almost clear grey base. This is the first time I've seen it in the Studio M line, but it looks to be the same as Color Club Platinum Record from their 2011 Fame & Fortune collection (both brands come from the same corporate parent). I used two coats of Platinum Record plus topcoat over Foil Me Once for these swatches. If I were wearing this as a full mani, I would have added another layer of topcoat to smooth it out a bit more. The glitter was pretty flat, no curling that I could see, but there's still a lot of it and where the pieces pile up on each other there is some bumpiness.
Power Pink is a neon pink creme that shows up in the seasonal displays sometimes (this one and last summer's On the Bright Side, to name two) but is pretty much always available in the core section. Because it is a neon, it benefits from being layered over a white base, but I was lazy and didn't use underwear, instead putting on three coats of Power Pink by itself. I doesn't dry quite as matte as some neons, but you'd definitely need topcoat to make it shiny.
Over Power Pink, I used two chunky layering polishes. Singles Only has a similar glitter mix to Platinum Record, but the base is a sheer pink. I've not seen this one before, either in Studio M or Color Club. For an accent nail, I used Fame & Fortune, another Color Club Backstage Pass rebottle. This has shredded silver holographic glitter pieces in a sheer berry red base. I first saw it in a Studio M bottle in 2012's Valentine display. I used two coats of each of these over the Power Pink and used topcoat on Singles Only but none on Fame & Fortune. You can see how Fame & Fortune has a deeper base color.
Here they all are lined up. Remember to let me know in the comments if you want a chance at getting these in your stash. I'll leave the comments open for at least a week, and non-US ladies are welcome.
UPDATE 05-Mar-2013: I finally drew a winner for these; it's Meredith Anne from Polish and Charms.