First is HOPE, a soft white jelly base with white, pink, and holographic square glitters, and white and iridescent micro-glitters. This one is very sheer, but I didn't want to layer it over a white base because I wanted to keep it looking soft. This is four easy coats of HOPE with one coat of Seche Vite.
I've included a picture from the first time I swatched it with the super-goopy bottle. The difference isn't as noticeable in the pictures, but was drastic in person! Just know that it can be easily fixed with some thinner. This is two thick coats with one coat of Seche Vite.
I've saved my favourite of the bunch for last, this is Save A Life. It's a beautiful soft lilac jelly polish with light purple, dark purple, white, silver, and iridescent glitters sprinkled throughout. This was significantly less opaque than the other two, so I put it over a base of Sally Hansen Lacey Lilac. This one had the smoothest application of the them all. This is three coats of Save A Life over Lacey Lilac with one coat of Seche Vite. (Yes, I filed my nails down a lot before this swatch. They were getting too long for my liking.)
Without a doubt I love all of these polishes. Aside from the initial thickness of Mongu At Midnight, the application posed no problems. A real big bonus with these is that the glitters only need one coat of top coat to be smooth! If you love these polishes as much as I do, you'll for sure want to check out the rest of her collections! :)
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Disclaimer: The products in this post were sent to me for review and my honest opinion.