First up... the cremes.
Daffy Dill - Bright lime green creme. This is a very pretty lime green in that it doesn't lean too yellow. It reminds me of the Fiercely Fiona and Who the Shrek Are You? from last summer's Shrek Forever After collection, but it didn't seem quite as bold as those two. Don't get me wrong... it's definitely in your face, but it's not day-glow. IRL, this is one of my favorite colors. I remember having a t-shirt this color that I wore into the ground. LOL. So it makes me smile, it's just a little too bold for me to wear everyday. Application was fine, though I had to do 3 coats to reach full opacity.
Pink. Seriously. - Bright, blue-based, medium-toned pink creme. This one isn't crazy unique, by any means, but it's so pretty. Really pretty. Seriously, pun intended, I think it's become one of my favorite pink cremes. Most of my favorite pinks leans to the warm side of the color (which is an anomaly for my pink skintone), but this one is definitely blue-based, and I really like it with my skin. I can see me wearing this one quite a bit. Application on this one was perfect. Pic is 2 coats.
Next is the shimmers, which themselves can be broken down into 2 categories... metallics and jelly(ish) based shimmers.
Sea How Far You Can Go - Champagne metallic shimmer. This one was a bit of an odd duck to try and describe. It's a bit champagne, a bit grey, and a bit taupe. It almost reminded me of Color Club Snakeskin without the frostiness. This is one of the 2 metallic shimmers. Formula was fine, but it was thin (which you want to achieve a nice depth to the shimmer). It took 4 coats to reach opacity.
Shell Me the Truth - Pale shell pink metallic base with golden shimmer. This is the second metallic based polish in the collection and truth be told, it was a total surprise. At first, I thought it was going to be your standard shimmery shell pink. Then I put it on and was blown away by the amount of gold shimmer in this one. It's overtakes the pink base, but not in a bad way. This one reminded me somewhat of China Glaze Pink Rox-E, but unlike that one, this one I actually like. Thing is, pinks with golden shimmer, rarely work on my skin. This one does. I love it, and think it's definitely one of my favorites of the collection. Again, thin formula, but not unworkable. 4 coats.
Dandy Lion - Goldenrod jelly base with tonal shimmer. This one has so much shimmer that it almost looks like a metallic. It's not. It's a jelly base that suspends the shimmer. I really like the concept on this one, but I'm not a huge fan of the goldenrod color. It's beautiful, but just doesn't work with my skin. Thin formula to allow for buildable shimmer. 4 coats.
Pink-Nic in the Park - Pink jelly-ish base with pink tonal shimmer. This one is so pretty. It does have a slight purple color shift, but it's not a true duochrome. I kept thinking, while I swatched it, that you pink-girls are gonna love this one. It's so pretty for spring and would look great with navy. Pic is 4 coats, but it was thin and buildable.
These next three shimmers are quite similar while being different colors. They all have jelly bases and are packed with pink, blue, and purple shimmer. FYI... I wanted to mention that while I call these and the 2 above "jellies", they are not what I consider *true* jellies because they are able to reach opacity. However, they had the same "squishiness" of a jelly. The were kinda similar to OPI's new sorbet finish, just they had shimmer. HTH.
Iceberg Lotus - Green-teal with pink, blue, and purple micro-shimmer. Okay, first up... I have to mention that my picture on both this one and You're S-teal the One are not color accurate. I tried, but my little camera just couldn't handle 'em. :P Honestly, if you want to see a good idea of this color... look below. That picture is very similar to the true color of this one. It's a really pretty green/blue shimmer (that leans more green that blue). Like the other colors, this one was thin and buildable. 3 coats.
You're S-teal the One - Cerulean blue shimmer with pink, blue, and purple micro-shimmer. Again... not color accurate. It's definitely more blue than my picture shows. It's a beautiful blue that leans a bit teal. Pic is 3 coats. The bottle pic on the Target website is actually very close to this one, though perhaps a bit too blue.
I'm a Pool for Your Love - deep purple jelly with blue, pink, and purple micro-shimmer. Okay, if you are a fan of purple... run... don't walk to Target and pick this up NOW. I knew I would love this one as soon as I saw the press release and I was not mistaken. It's absolutely amazing. The base is a beautiful, vampy, deep purple jelly, but what sets it apart is the gorgeous shimmer. It practically floats in the base. If you love purple... you need it. Enough said. 3 coats.
All in all, I like what I've seen so far. I do think some of the names are a bit silly, but that's neither here nor there. I still have to swatch the glitters, and there is one that I think is amazing, but for my money... I'm a Pool for Your Love is where it's at. It is so fantastic. Like Top 20 fantastic! I've always thought of Nicole by OPI as OPI's little sister with the not-as-good colors and the funky bottles, but they are really stepping it up. I know they've recently changed brush designs, and as I had a few straw hairs, I think they are still ironing out those kinks, but aside from that... I think these colors are all a step in the right direction, which is giving Nicole by OPI even-footing with her big sister.
Again, these are Target exclusives and only available in Target stores and on their website. They are in the $7 range.
These were sent to me for review