Above: Nidhi is a red tone that leans ever so slightly to the orange side and it has gold and red glitter. This one doesan't have quite the glittery effect as the other two I'm showing you today, but it's still beautiful. All photos are shown under an Ott lamp.
Below: Gilda, a bright pink tone, has matching glitter that shifts to a lighter pink and even blue in brighter lighting.
Below: Alegra is a darker version of Gilda, and what I would call a deep fuchsia. The glitter is lighter than the base, but in the same shade.
If you've been on the fence about these, I suggest you jump off and order them! These are glitters, but yet they seem to be so much more than that. The first thing I noticed about these was how incredibly pigmented they are. I used 2 coats and I imagine 3 coats would have intensified them even more. The application was even and they dry to a smooth finish. The foil-like glitter gives them somewhat of a metallic finish also. They remove much easier than a typical glitter. These are glass-flecked foil glitters and the glitter changes color and reflects slightly different colors in brighter lighting. I've got to tell you, I am totally awed by these polishes. The application, coverage and finished look are top quality. I'm more drawn generally to purples, blues, and greens than I am to reds and pinks, so I can't wait to swatch the other three. I have a question for Zoya: If you can have a polish named Nidhi, why not one named Mary? I'm sure there's one in the works, right?!!