Above & Below: Fire Fox is a bright red with the slightest hint of pink to it. It's shown above in a natural state, and below with a clear top coat. The glitter is a pink/red tone.
Below: Emerald City is shown both alone and with a top coat. This shade has a lot of charcoal in it and the glitter is a lighter shade of emerald that flashes to a pale aqua in brighter lighting.
Below: Powder Puff is a white that's toned down with a very slight pale blue iridescent overlay. Not enough to make it look blue, but enough to take some of the starkness of the white away, leaving a delicate white that works very well by itself. I shy away from white unless I'm using it as a base or stamping color, but this is something I'd definitely wear alone. The glitter in this one is both white and pale aqua.
Below: Powder Puff also makes a nice streak-free base for layering, shown here with Liquid Euphoria Nirvana.
Below: Ruby Ribbon, a wine shade with light purple glitter covered very nicely in 2 coats. I used 2 coats on all of these with the exception of Powder Puff, which was 3 coats.
I am loving these polishes! The application was easy as can be, and the pigmentation is high in all of them. I had some uneven areas with Powder Puff due to the fact that it's a lighter shade perhaps, so that was the lone 3-coater. The finish is not terribly flat, and the glitter still stands out nicely on these. Of course adding a clear top coat enhances the glitter all the more. These would likely work well as stamping polishes and with the more matte finish, stamping them over a gloss finish would give a somewhat texture-toned look.
I'm hoping these are permanent additions to Revlon's core display, because I would love to have some more shades from this line. Already thinking ahead, I can imagine a dark taupe, a purple, a deep teal, and maybe even a lighter gold shade. What other colors would you like to see in the Matte Suede line?