Above: Pillow Talk is a milky off white, reminding me in color of a jar of paste. Not that that's a bad thing, but it did remind me of that. The formula was good and even though there isn't much color to this one, it's a nice shade for a clean, polished look.
Above: BBF Best Boyfriend is another pale creme, although it has a noticeable tint of pink. I think this one, paired with Pillow Talk for the tips would make a nice, subtle French look.
Below: Petal Pink is a perfect baby pink creme, and I was disappointed that I won't be able to keep this one because of the glass issue.
All in all, I do like this collection for what they are--sheer neutral shades. As far as wedding shades, to each his own, but I would prefer something a little more noticeable for my wedding polish choice. I don't recall what I wore on my wedding day exactly, but in looking at the photographs from oh so long ago, it was much darker than these, and we were married in April. The formula on the last three I swatched, was not as streaky as I found some of the polishes I swatched in Part I to be. Pillow Talk was a surprise to me, because I didn't think I'd care for it, but I actually like it quite a bit! I would describe it as a pale peach with a hint of beige in looking at the bottle, but once applied it's more of an off white color, with extreme subtleness.
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