Up first is Grape Crush Slush. This a bright purple jelly polish filled with iridescent flakies and glitter. This is a little sheer, which is to be expected of a jelly polish. I did four thin coats but I think you could get by with less if you do thicker coats. This did dry to a matte finish and I did use one coat of HK Girl on top. This polish and the next one (Far Away Places) dry very quickly. By the time I was finished painting my pinky finger, my index finger was dry already.
Far away places is a bright neon pink jelly polish with iridescent flakies and glitter with a blue shimmer. There is a disclaimer with this polish. Here is what the website says: !!DISCLAIMER!! This polish has had issues with staining when used with a DIY Elmer's glue style base coat. I would strongly suggest NOT using this type of base coat with this polish. I used Yellow Stopper from Sally's Beauty Supply and did have some staining on my cuticles, but none where I had the base coat. (When I have staining I use Julep's Vanish which removes all of the stains from cuticles, nails and skin.) This is also sheer and I did four coats. I think when I wear it again it will be over a similar colored base color.
The first glitter topper I have to show you is Sip of Summer. This is a re-release from last Summer's collection when the polish brand was Laquerlicious, It is a clear based polish with a rainbow of pastel matte glitter in it. There are hexes, triangles and stars in this one. It has good coverage with just one coat. This is over Zoya Thandie.
I think Aim for the Stars might be my favorite from this collection. It is a clear based glitter topper with a rainbow of neon matte glitter in it. There are circles, stars, flowers, and squares in Aim for the Stars. This is one coat over Zoya Purity (white) and Zoya Willa (black). This is gorgeous! The formula is great.
The last polish in the second half of this collection is Circle Back Around. It is a white crelly base with a rainbow of matte circle glitters, black micro glitter and gold shimmer in it. This reminds me of ice cream with sprinkles on it. :0) The formula on this was good. This is three coats, but it was opaque in two. I did use one coat of HK Girl to seal everything it.
I think every polish in this collection is perfect for Spring and would transition well into Summer as well. I'm really impressed with Polish 'M and can't wait to see what she's going to come out with next! This collection will be available tomorrow, March 7th at 2pm PST on PolishM.com. I'd love to hear what you think of this collection and what your favorites are in the comments down below!