Below: Sapphire Silk is a teal creme that applied very nicely. I'm certain that it's similar to other teal cremes, but if you're looking for a teal that's not too dark, this is a nice one. It was streak-free on the first coat and dried to a high gloss finish.
Below: Ancient Jade was a little on the thick side, but it didn't hinder the application. This rich green hue is a little darker than a traditional mint green and I think the name Ancient Jade is a perfect name for it. Again, there is likely something very similar to this shade already out there.
Below: Fancy Fuchsia is a near-neon pink with a semi-gloss finish. I was surprised at how fluorescent this shade was on the nail, because it didn't appear to be that bright in the bottle. Nothing too unique about this shade, but I have no complaints about it.
Below: Pure Porcelain is an interesting shade that I don't believe I've seen too much of before, if ever. This neutral light beige shade has the slightest touch of pink, but not so much that it alters the shade to a pink tone. In darker lighting, it resembles a very light taupe. This shade was quite thick, but it applied well.
Below: Gilded Coral is a micro shimmer that while not a duo chrome, does flash a couple of colors. The peach and gold tones are prominent, but it can also be viewed as a sandy pink tone in lower lighting. A pretty shade, but I think it will look better when I have a bit of a tan.
Below: Royal Velvet is a duo chrome that flashes from a bright navy blue to purple/violet. This micro shimmer actually look like velvet to me--very rich, with a plush texture.
This is a nice collection for Spring and the shades are not necessarily season-specific. The clear winner in this set for me is Royal Velvet, but I also am quite fond of Gilded Coral and Pure Porcelain. The remaining three shades I was happy with performance-wise and color-wise, but they just aren't unique enough to win me over.