Nail-Robi is a dark, smooth purple creme. It's not exactly what you'd expect for spring, but I love it. The formula is super consistent and easy to apply. I used two coats.
Lion's Den is a shimmery mix of warm coppery gold and a flash of pink. The formula is a little sheer. I used three coats for full coverage.
Look, Don't Tusk is a soft, ivory creme. I really like this one. I had trouble capturing it. I have whites that lean grey or beige, but nothing truly ivory. Good formula. My swatch is two coats.
Safari Sunset has a peach base with a golden shimmer. It's a little brushstrokey, but goes on smoothly. I don't love this with my skintone, but it's a nice twist on nude.
In De-Nile (how clever is that name?) is a smooth, pastel blue creme. It's probably the most expected shade for Spring, but I love it! The formula was really nice. This is two coats.
And finally, Tribe and True is a yellow-toned green crelly...like a swamp green. LOL. This one isn't for me, but I can see some good nail art applications for it. The application was smooth (two coats), so if you like this shade, then Tribe and True is a good choice.
Nail-Robi and Lion's Den are my picks from this bunch. What about you? And what do you think about the new Color Club branding?
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