China Glaze Red-y To Rave, two coats. Insanely bright, my phone camera can't quite capture how this almost glows. I've never worn a colour like this before, but I kinda love it. Fairly easy to work with, too!
Gina Tricot The Red, two coats. This is such a perfect red, and so easy to work with! You could get away with just one coat if you were in a hurry, but the colour deepens with two coats.
China Glaze Flip Flop Fantasy ( new version), 3 coats. This was impossible to photograph, so this picture is colour adjusted as well as I could on my phone... It is extremely bright in real life. It was also somewhat tricky to work with, didn't want to self-level, but looks fine with three careful coats. At least it dries fast, and the the end result is worth it!
My first attempt at "dry" watermarble! Used China Glaze Glow With The Flow and Sun-Kissed, marbled them and let the sheet dry on the water, then cut it into smaller pieces and applied them over half-dry white polish.
China Glaze Feel the Breeze, with flowers made with a dotting tool, OPI Alpine Snow and China Glaze Daisy Know My Name?. Love this colour! It was just a tiny bit difficult to work with, but not too bad, will definitely use it again. This picture is not very colour accurate, it is much more neon and saturated in real life.