Seven Dials is a soft yet vibrant jade green color. It only took 2 coats to achieve total opaqueness.
Seven Dials has a creme finish.
Foubert's Place has elements of grey, brown and dirty green.
On the nails inc site, it's described as a cool grey khaki creme shade.
I used 2 coats.
Paddington verges on the almost black scale.
It's a deep khaki grey creme. I used 2 coats but perhaps needed i3 because there was some pulling near the cuticles.
My friend sent me this color and I haven't been able to find it on any site.
Porchester Place is a bright tangerine polish with hints of peach.
The formula is on the thin side but not hard to work with at all.
I used 3 coats because of my ridge filled nails.
Westminster is a gorgeous purple shade with red tones.
It applied so beautifully (like all nails inc polishes).
I used 2 coats.
2 coats. Small yellow gold glitter.
It didn't dry gritty.
I actually like the way it felt dry.
I can;t really describe it.
Hampstead Gardens. 2 coats. Honey Mustard creme. This is a color most consider ugly.
I love it! I don't really care if it doesn't go with my skin tone either. So pretty!
Cambridge Terrance is a silver liquid metal. 2 coats. Not a unique polish but an gorgeous formula!
Last but certainly not least.
Jubilee was released for the celebrations of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
It comes with a crystal cap and is limited edition.
The colors represent Union Jack.
Blue, white and red densely packed glitter with silver micro glitter.
This unfortunately is not available on www.sephora.com
It can be purchased on www.nailsinc.com
Which do you like?