Top to Bottom, Left to Right:
Hawaiian Sunset, Topless In St. Tropez, Panama Piña Colada
Miami Heat, Paradise In The Tropics, Barefoot In Bermuda
Let's start with my favorites:
Hawaiian Sunset - A vibrant saturated orange with gold shimmer. 2 coats to opacity; great formula. Gonna love wearing this one! It's no secret I love orange and I've been waiting for Barielle to give me a polish like this. Fire Me Up is slightly deeper and lacks shimmer.
Topless In St. Tropez - A pretty coral that leans more pink with a very soft silver shimmer. Another great formula that was opaque in 2 coats. I also love corals so this is another I will love wearing. It's a pinker version of Blossom.
Panama Piña Colada - A creamy, soft yellow creme. Swatches show 2 coats but I did them on the thick side because yellows have a typically spotty application. It was definitely a bit streaky on the first coat so you might find you need 3 coats to even it out. Pretty color, though, so if you love yellow I think this is a nice shade between a pastel and a bold. This is just a hair darker than Banana Drop.
Miami Heat - A sheer red jelly. If you love red and jellies you will need this one in your life. Swatch shows 2 easy coats. As you can see this is super duper sheer but packed with color. I can see this being used for a very unique french tip. It's super close to Reddy To Rumble.
...and now for the pinks; I'm once again bored to death with these pinks.
Paradise In The Tropics - A deep fuchsia pink creme. Swatch shows 2 coats and it applied very opaque and creamy.
Barefoot In Bermuda - A lighter, brighter version of Paradise In The Tropics. Again, 2 coats and it's very opaque and creamy.
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