This pink has a unique green-gold holographic shift to it. It’s opaque in 3 coats and is lovely on the nail, but it doesn’t last more than a day before chipping on me.
This is my favorite Superchic polish. The crelly formula is opaque in 2-3 coats and has a pink shift to it in addition to the blue, silver, and purple glitters.
This black jelly is packed with blue glitters. I don’t know if there’s a learning curve with this brand, but I sometimes have a hard time getting these to build on themselves whether the undercoats are completely dry, or semi-dry. I might try a couple of coats of this over black to see what happens. With care, you can build it up to opacity with 3-4 coats.
This medium sheer blue jelly can be built up to 3-4 coats, but care is needed as the formula will drag off previous coats. Once it’s on, the jelly formula and glitter create incredible depth.
This is one of my favorite Superchic Lacquer polishes. It’s a medium blue crelly with pink shimmer and pink glitters. It doesn’t have much lasting power on me, but it makes me happy.
Even though it was released in a winter-themed collection, this bright, cheery pink is the kind of color I like to wear in the spring and summer. Once it’s on the nail, the shimmer is really subtle, so it would make a good undie for nail art. It’s opaque in 3 coats.
This pretty blue contains holographic glitters and a pink shift. It’s opaque in three coats. These tend to chip on me almost immediately, compared to my usual 2-3 days. So if you chip easily, I would recommend other Indie brands instead.