Below: These don't have names, other than "Pumpkin Nail Enamel" and "Glow-In-The-Dark Nail Enamel".
This is a bit of a "fail" to me, but failures are okay as long as we learn something, right? What I learned is that although Blue Cross Beauty can make some beautiful, quality nail polishes (Liquid Euphoria comes to mind), these are not in that realm. The seasonal Pumpkin Polishes, found at stores such as Rite-Aid, are inexpensive and cute, but don't really impress me otherwise. The colored ones take too many coats (4) and are streaky. The glow in the dark ones do glow, but don't have much of a color payoff. The glitter polishes are difficult to apply, and get an even distribution of the glitter in less than 4 coats. But that's alright, because I only bought them for their "cute" factor!