This gray is filled with delicate silver glitters. It shows off best in 2-3 coats.
Janae is a dark grey that might be mistaken for black. It has an inky formula that’s opaque in 1 coat.
Winter is a stark concrete gray cream. It’s opaque in two coats. This ends up being a workhorse polish for me, as I do a lot of gray-based nail art in the fall.
Joanna is a light grey with a distinct pink shimmer. Opaque in 1-2 coats.
This gray has a alight purple tint to it that doesn’t translate in the picture. It’s opaque in two coats.
This dark grey contains a greeny gold shimmer and is opaque in 1-2 coats.
Kelly is one of my favorite greys. It’s opaque in 1-2 coats and is a good, dark undie for nail art if you want something less severe than black.
At first glance, this one appears to be a standard black, but it’s a much more complex color than that. It’s an extremely dark green-based gray with the most subtle shimmer I’ve ever seen. Classy and understated aren’t words that describe the usual state of my nails, but I can appreciate how lovely this color is.
London is a medium grey glitter with a matte base.
I think I have a grey problem. While not an exact dupe for yesterday’s Erin, it’s close enough. I feel it does have a better formula, as it’s a solid one-coater.