Cute name, fun polish. Electric Pineapple is a greenish pale yellow creme (slightly more green than it photographed as, but still quite yellow). It covered great with two coats.
You know I have a special place in my heart for alliterative polishes. Papaya Punch packs a nice, bright punch of orange, but it is the type of orange I like - more yellow based than red. This creme covered great with two coats. This was the only one that I had a little trouble with - the first coat was thinner than I expected and went all over my cuticles.
108 Degrees is a gorgeous bright pink base with lots of glass-like glitter, giving it an amazing shimmer. As you can see, it is not entirely opaque, but a third coat may have solved that.
Senorita Bonita is my absolute favorite from this collection. I thought it was going to be just another usual purple, but this polish has SO much dimension and sparkle. It really surprised me. I used two coats for great, shimmery coverage.
Cha Cha Cha
Cha Cha Cha reminds me a lot of China Glaze Tree Hugger - a not entirely opaque, slightly shimmery bright green. Cha Cha Cha is bright, fun, and loaded with shimmer (and less opaque than Tree Hugger). It is a very pretty, summer-ready polish.
Is there such a thing as a blue iguana? Blue Iguana is a poolside-ready bright blue with boatloads of silvery shimmer. I used two coats for a slightly-sheer finish; I'm guessing four coats would have given a more opaque look. Yet another fun, bright shade!
What do you think of this new perfect-for-summer collection? Are you more excited about the bright cremes or the sultry shimmers?
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