Below: This is #800, a slightly persimmon shade of red with tiny scattered holographic pieces. You'd think they could come up with some fabulous names for these gorgeous polishes instead of just numbers! The first photo was taken outdoors, while the second photo was taken under artificial lighting.
Below: #801 is a gold shade with a hint of green algae mixed in! It tends to have a slight green cast to it in brighter lighting, as shown below.
Below: This photo was taken under artificial lighting and the gold tone is more evident.
Below: Macro shot showing the difference in brighter (Ott lamp) lighting (l) and the artificial lighting in my bathroom (r).
Below: The lone linear holo of these three is #669. This is a silver shade that looks to have a touch of taupe in the bottle. In brighter lighting the taupe element is not too visible, but I did notice more of that tone in lower lighting.
All of these shades applied very nicely using two coats, and the formula is very good. I didn't have any streaking, even on the first coat. I'm not entirely sure if this is the best place to buy these polishes, because Emerald Sparkled updated her post stating that beautycosmetic.biz/ should be considered a "shop at your own risk" option, due to poor packaging. They are beautiful polishes though, so knowing me, I'll probably take that risk!