I was intrigued by the "soft touch effect" promised by the Sally Girl Sweet Candy Dreams display, so went ahead and bought all four; at 99 cents a piece, they easily fit into my polish budget.
I started with Lemon Drop, the yellow. Contrary to this shade's reputation, this one was well behaved; three coats made it pretty much opaque, with no streakiness issues. This dried to a shinier finish than I'd expect based on the "soft touch" label, but it definitely wasn't full gloss. I'd say it falls between a regular creme and the Orly Plastix rubberized finish.
You know I can't leave a plain color alone for long, so I grabbed Funky Fingers Hand Jive, which hadn't made it back to the stash from its play session the other day. I did one coat of Hand Jive plus clear topcoat on three of my digits and left the index finger alone.
I moved on to Gummy Bear, the pink. This was also three coats.
To jazz up Gummy Bear, I added two coats of Funky Fingers Hand Jive and Pink Ladies on alternate nails then slicked on clear topcoat.
So pretty, especially in low direct light:
Candy Coated, the blue, was up next. I again used three coats; this seemed a bit more sheer than the first two.
I alternated Funky Fingers T'birds and Greased Lightnin' on top of Candy Coating, using two coats of the glitters.
I saved Grape Taffy, the purple, for last. It's a red violet shade. As with the blue, three coats of this seemed a touch on the sheer side. I don't know if the finish on this is glossier than the other three or if my patience was just running out and I didn't let it dry long enough.
I added one coat of Funky Fingers Beauty School Dropout to Grape Taffy; I loved this combination.
This Sally Girl collection says "summer" to me; the colors are so bright and cheerful. I wish the finish were a touch more rubbery to set them apart more.