Below: Vitality is a perfect coral creme.
Below: Hotski To Tchotchke, another favorite of mine. This bright turquoise shade is a metallic frost.
Below: I've always loved the creme formula of CND, and cremes have never been among my favorites, simply because I have trouble with them from an application standpoint. CND's cremes, both the old and the new formula, apply like a dream for me. Regal Revenge is a vivid fuchsia shade.
Below: Rock Royalty is a true purple shade with very fine shimmer. In some lighting, it looks more like a creme, but brighter lighting brings out the shimmer.
Below: As much as I love the old polishes from CND, as you can see below, their new line is nothing to be disappointed about. This is one coat of Ice Blue Shimmer over Rock Royalty.
As most of you know, CND (formerly known as Creative Nail Design) is no longer producing their older line of polishes, choosing instead to introduce and focus on their newly formulated Colour & Effects line. Not that there's anything wrong with their new line. In fact, I named it among my Top 10 nail polishes in my year end post last week. If you click here, you can see more of the Colour & Effects that I've posted about, as well as a few more of the older polishes. I have always loved this line, both the new and the old, and thought it might be a good idea to show you some more of the old ones, in case you'd like to hunt some down before they're all gone. I used 2 coats on all of the polishes pictured, and although I've heard complaints from others that they tend to have a slow drying time, I personally have never experienced this. They made some fabulous shades and I'm happy to have quite a few of them in my collection. I'll be keeping my eye out for more of the older ones, because part of the fun in this nail polish hobby of ours, is finding those treasured shades that are no longer readily available.