Below: I topped Holly off with a coat of Gilded, which is a light gold glitter with both small, traditional glitter and hexagonal glitter.
Below: Gilded is shown on it's own in 3 coats and also layered in 2 coats over OPI Midnight in Moscow. I actually like Gilded on it's own, as it gives enough coverage to look substantial.
Below: Gumdrop, a coppery-gold shade with small glitter, is shown using 3 coats and also layered in 2 coats over China Glaze's Gussied Up Green. I don't care for Gumdrop too much on it's own.
Below: 2 coats of Frostbite, a foil finish glitter with great coverage in 2 coats.
I picked these up back in September at Meijer and thought I'd check them out now that's it's a little closer to Christmas! They recently appeared at Rite Aid also. This is a 6 piece collection of shades in red (3), gold (2) and silver (1) and can be found in a tabletop display for $1.99 each. The shades are shimmers and glitters and the bottles are small, at .029 fl. oz. I picked up 4 of the 6 because I didn't need 2 more red shades that look similar to other polishes I have. The 2 I didn't get are Ho, Ho, Ho (a basic medium red shimmer) and Red Velvet (a slightly darker version of Holly, found in this collection). It's a cute little collection and the colors are festive and holiday-like, but it's nothing terribly exciting. I do like Gumdrop and Gilded for the layering possibilities they offer, but Frostbite is very similar to 2 others I already have (Color Club Smoke & Mirrors and Finger Paints Easel Come, Easel Go). Holly is very pretty, as it has a little bit of Ruby Pumps going on, but I have a couple of similar colors in OPI's new Holiday Wishes collection.