Below: These pictures were also taken outdoors with no flash, and were taken in the shade. The finish is a very high gloss.
Below: Be warned if you have an aversion to short handles and stems! It still worked fine for me even though it's significantly smaller than the China Glaze one shown next to it. The brush itself is actually a bit wider and fuller.
My 'Nail of the Night' is another one from Old Navy's brand of polishes called Tip Toe. So far, I'm fairly impressed by these for a relatively ($3.50) inexpensive polish. If you missed my previous posts on this brand, scroll down and you can see a post on Gold Rush, and below that post, bottle pictures of the 6 shades I picked up. Cheers is a creme that looked to have a hint of fuchsia in the bottle, but once on the nail, it's actually a perfect shade of cherry red. I used 2 coats and the coverage was fantastic. It's not a shade that's anything unique, but I'm happy with it anyway.
I wanted to mention that the brush stem and cap/handle is very short on these, so if that bothers you, you'll want to pass on buying these. Surprisingly, the application was not hindered in any way. When I first saw it, I thought it may pose a problem, but it worked fine for me. The brush itself is somewhat wider than many other brands, and it splays out nicely, giving good coverage in just a couple of strokes.