Above & Below: The pictures above are all outdoors when it was just starting to rain. In natural lighting, any shimmer/glitter/holo traits are somewhat diminished, but I love the look. Indoor lighting with flash as shown below tends to brings out the colors that are more hidden otherwise.
Below: A little off-topic, but still within our natural/organic theme...this is what I picked up on my weekly trip to my favorite small-town local produce stand. They have the best fruits and vegetables I've ever tasted and if you can see the receipt that's laying there, it ran me a whopping $17.12. The are not an organic farm, but they are one of the few farms in our county who do not fumigate their soil and use a much more natural based growing philosophy than most farms. I believe that's why their produce is so good.
Here is my first swatch from this 6 piece collection, and this polish is the namesake of the collection, as it's called Wild at Heart. Let's start with the obvious: it's purple. That's about the only description that I can be certain of. I'm at a loss to describe the finish because it has so much going on, yet not one descriptive word can define it. Is it a shimmer? Is it a holo? Is it a glitter? The answer to those questions are yes, but not entirely. You can clearly see the shimmer in it and it's very fine and delicate. It does have holo tendencies and seems to change it's appearance in different lighting and at different angles. And as you can see in the photos, the shimmer seems to mix with a slight holo effect and look more like a glitter at times. Whatever it is, it's an absolutely beautiful and entertaining shade that applied perfectly and dried a little faster than average. I could have gotten away with one coat, but I can't seem to let myself stop at just one. I had complete, even coverage with no 'bald' spots whatsoever in just one coat. I'll continue swatching and posting these because I'd like to be through them by the end of the weekend so I can get back to the QRS and Kleancolor polishes that are waiting patiently in the corner.