Above & Below: Romeo is a rustic red with a hint of pink creme shade with fine silver and lighter pink glitter. The glitter is subtle, but it is noticeable. As always with most BB Coutures, I used 2 coats and had great coverage. The top photo was taken outdoors, while the photo below was taken with an Ott lamp.
Below: Juliet, a medium mauve creme with a hint of silver glitter, is a creme for the most part. The glitter in this one, perhaps due to the lighter shade, is not terribly obvious.
Below: Pocahontas is a trickster because this taupe creme shade with fine silver glitter changes from a medium brown-based taupe (shown below under artificial lighting) to a much greyer-based taupe (second photo) under an Ott lamp. I have cloudy skies today, but outdoors it looked more pink-based, but still a taupe shade.
Below: Adam is naturally my personal favorite of these four shades because it's green! This muddy olive shimmer shade carries a coppery pink haze with it in any lighting, but is more obvious in brighter lighting.
I obviously adore Adam for his green-ness, but Pocahontas is running a close 2nd place for my favorite of these four. Taupe shades are coming at us fast and furious from just about every polish manufacturer, but I'm not complaining. I was intrigued by the different versions of taupe that this one polish produces. The application was very good for me on these and I continue to be amazed not only by the excellent formula of this brand, but also by the colors and finishes that they introduce at a rate faster than my wallet would like!