No Stopping Zone:
A neutral beige nude, No Stopping Zone has a fairly pigmented formulation. Unfortunately, the polish is slightly thick so it was difficult to smoothly apply the color. I even had to shake the bottle in between coats to prevent the polish from thickening.
|No Stopping Zone, three coats with no top coat.|
A lovely beige nude with a slight pink undertone, Hurry Up & Wait is smooth and decently pigmented. If you are careful enough with the application, you can get away with two coats.
|Hurry Up & Wait, two coats with no top coat.|
This is a pale orange nude; the formulation is quite sheer so I needed three coats for the swatches below.
|Can't Stop Myself, three coats with no top coat.|
A pale lavender nude, No Strings Attached is nice and pigmented. I used two coats for the swatches below.
|No Strings Attached, two coats with no top coat.|
A soft peachy nude, Don't Ever Stop! is decently pigmented and easy to apply. I used two coats for the swatches below.
|Don't Ever Stop!, two coats with no top coat.|
A pale off-white pastel with a pink undertone, Staying Neutral on This One is fairly sheer. I used three coats for the swatches below.
|Staying Neutral on This One, three coats with no top coat.|
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