I'll start with my favourite, that has the uninspiring title No. 95. It looked beautiful in the bottle and was opaque in two coats. The shift within the purple and the metallic effect is simply stunning - I can see myself wearing this one a lot!
I don't really have a bad word about this colour or the formula - its, purple, metallic and really easy to work with :)
Next up is Vivid Sands Shocking Pink. Yay for a textured neon! I was hoping to get one of these in my review package and I was not disappointed. Two coats and it was done. Very easy to work with and it dried super quickly! And man, is it bright (with a little added silver sparkle)!!!
Again, I can't really find anything bad to say about this one. I'm totally over texture polishes after Texture week with The Digit-al Dozen, but this is one that I will definitely be coming back to. I will definitely be looking at more of the neon colours in the Vivid Sands collection so that I can put them together in some nail art.
Last (and a little bit least), we have Glamour Shade No. 801. The colour is gorgeous, a shimmery yellow green with glass flecks and full of sparkle, but it is so sheer. I got to four coats before I could call it anywhere near opaque and that is just a little bit too much work for me with a single polish (especially as I always put nail art over the top). Having said that, I have a few ideas for some nail art using this colour and there will be another post featuring designs with these polishes to follow, so stay tuned!
Overall I was really impressed with these polishes. My issues with the green were mostly down to personal preference and practicality, but its a review and I'm giving my honest opinion :) I definitely plan to buy more of these - the range of colours and finishes on offer from Moyra UK is phenomenal and both the Vivid Sands and the metallic purple certainly felt like far more expensive polishes than the packaging (I'm not a big fan of the bottles!) and price range would have you believe!
These polishes are currently available from the Moyra UK Facebook page (and a website is on the way). Prices start at the bargain price of £3 per bottle so head over and check them out!