I applied 2 coats of Zoya, Anja which I got in my Zoya Mystery Bag (it's a mini). Zoya's website describes it as 'a rich, deep, vampy red-toned wine purple with a glossy creme finish. This vampy shade is both sexy and elegant.' but I see it as more of a dark burgundy. Either way it is a very vampy color and if you love black polish I think you will like this as well. In low lighting it looks black. Formula was a little on the thin side so I had to be cautious to avoid using too much product but otherwise it applied nicely. It definitly requires 2 thin coats for full opacity. Dry time was good as well.
I then topped Anja with one coat of Dollish Polish, 1, 2, Freddy's Coming For You. This was one I meant to wear in October but circumstances occured where I wasn't able to participate in Halloween festivities as much as I would have liked. I think it works great for New Years too though! Doesn't this look like all the colors in a fruit cake?!? This is various sizes of metallic red, green, and purple hexagons in a clear base. The base suspends the glitter well and you get a nice amount of glitter in each application. It took a little longer to dry than usual due to the thick suspension base. I used a combo of dabbing and strokes and found the glitter placement was good. This glitter was part of the Halloween Collection and is no longer available on the website. To seal it all in I applied a coat of In A Hurry.
I've been busy preping for Tax Season and won't be around much but tell me what you are looking forward to in 2015!