The formula on these three polishes were all very similar. They were perfectly opaque in three coats, and any nail line that may be visible in the photos wasn't visible at all in real life. The glitter spread evenly, and it dried quickly enough so there was no worry of dragging previous coats. All pictures are with one coat of Seche Vite.
First we've got Nebula, a mix of silver and sky-blue glitter and microglitter in a black jelly base. This is probably my favourite out of the three; I love the depth of all the glitter.
Next is Asteroid, which is small silver glitter and sparse shimmer, as well as large white hexes in a black jelly base. The white hexes weren't too hard to get, sometimes one would just come out on the brush though I'd have to place it where I wanted. Just as a note, all of these hexes were placed on during the third coat, otherwise they'd get buried underneath the jelly and not look as nice. One coat of Seche Vite evened out all of the glitter except for the large hexes, so if things like that bug you I'd recommend at least one coat from an old thick bottle to even it out.
Last is Galaxy, a beautiful polish with a mix of small cobalt blue hex glitters and shimmer that shifts from blue to purple, though that was near impossible to catch in the pictures. This was three easy coats topped with one coat of Seche Vite, which evened it all out.
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These are all very unique and interesting polishes; which one is your favourite? :)
Disclaimer: The products in this post were sent to me for review and my honest opinion.