Below: Surprisingly to me, this is much closer in color to Misa's Dirty Sexy Money than some of the mint greens I have. L-R: Essie Mint Candy Apple, Misa Dirty Sexy Money, Sinful Mint Apple, Barry M Mint, Nicole Hint of Mint.
Below: Bottle comparisons with Sinful Rise & Shine (center) include Color Club Wild Child (left) and China Glaze Four Leaf Clover (right).
Below: Sinful's Rise & Shine shown in various lighting using 2 coats. The formula was rather thick, hence the mess on my index finger's cuticle!
These are 2 of a handful of newer shades that I found on my Walgreen's Sinful display a few weeks back. It seems the newer ones have white labels on the display name section, while the original shades have black labels. I didn't count all of the new ones, but I think there were about 8-10 of them. Both of these appealed to me because I love the green color family and I prefer shimmers (or cremes with small glitter, however you want to define it!) when it comes to pastels and neon-type shades. The application was fine using 2 coats, although the formula on Rise & Shine was rather thick. I've since added thinner to it for my next use. Both of these have small, delicate shimmer/glitter in them, which adds to my love for these shades. Rise & Shine is somewhat of a neon and dried to a satin finish. It's not flat like many neons, but didn't have the usual gloss of a standard polish. Mint Apple is nothing short of divine. It's a darker shade of mint than many others that I've seen, and again, the shimmer adds an additional point of beauty to this one as well. $1.99 well spent!