Below: L-R: Rio, Busted, Cheatin, Gold Mist, Taupe Drawer, Wild Thing.
Below: Thumb=Busted, Index=Busted over black, Middle=Cheatin, Ring=Cheatin over black, Pinky=Taupe Drawer.
Below: Rio on it's own and layered over black.
Below: Wild Thing, a nice vibrant lime green, but a bit difficult to apply.
Below: Gold Mist alone and layered over black.
Thinking I would do this in two parts, I now see it's going to be three! I'll be doing one more Pure Ice post later this week, as I still have 6 more to show you. I didn't realize I had quite this many. As I said in my earlier post, the best part about Pure Ice is their layering ability. Some of them are almost too sheer to wear on their own, but over a darker polish they can really work some magic. The cremes aren't bad, but some are better than others when it comes to the application. Taupe Drawer is my favorite one of the few cremes I own. It's a unique taupe/mauve color and it wears exceptionally well. Wild Thing is a bit goopy and although it wears well also, it doesn't give me as smooth of an appearance as Taupe Drawer. I would have to say the winner out of these six is definitely Cheatin. It doesn't stand on it's own very well, because it has a clear base and by the time you get enough coats on to have any pigmentation, it's quite thick and uneven. But layered in just one or two coats over a darker color, it transforms into a galaxy of color. I highly recommend this one if you're looking to add to your Pure Ice colors.