Below: Snap Dragon is a frosty-metallic-foily seafoam green that did have some brush stroke issues, which I expected from this type of finish. I only used one coat and the coverage was better than I expected.
Below: Daring Dahlia, a fuchsia shade, applied extremely well. The polish itself is quite thin, but it has a lot of color payoff. It has the slightest hint of shimmer, but looks basically like a cream because the shimmer is so subtle.
I posted the first 3 shades from this collection a couple of months ago (click here to view), and am finally getting around to the other 3 shades from Barielle's Wildflower Collection today. I started swatching them several weeks ago, beginning with Blossom. I was so frustrated with the formula though, I set them aside for another day. While I love the perfect peach shade of Blossom, the formula was extremely thick. I added my usual 3-4 drops of thinner, and was still dissatisfied after the first coat. I added 5 more drops before applying the second coat, and while it was an improvement, it still needs a bit more thinning. I ended up going with 3 coats to diminish the streaks--which is a shame, because it really is a fantastic shade of peach. Snap Dragon applied like a typical metallic frost, meaning you're going to see some brush strokes. I only needed one coat though, so that was a plus. After removing it, I wondered had I applied 2 coats, if that would have lessened the brush strokes. Daring Dahlia applied like a dream! I noticed a hint of shimmer in the bottle, but for all intents and purposes, this one is a creme, as the shimmer doesn't show on the nail. The formula was thin, but very well pigmented. All in all, I like all 6 colors in this collection. In looking at the bottles, it's a very nice array of Spring colors and finishes. A Bouquet for Ava (from the first 3 in the set) and Daring Dahlia are similar to other polishes I have in color, but the other 4 are fairly unique for me.
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