I wasn't a fan of the formula and for almost all of this collection was too thin and runny for me. With the exception of Wooden Shoe Like to Know? and A Roll In The Hague, they were watery and hard to work with. Thanks A Windmillion and Did You 'Ear About Van Gogh were very thin and they pooled at the cuticle and I didn't even touch it with my brush. If you find yours to be thin like I did just slow down on the coats. Wait a few minutes and apply slowly with thin coats, it helps.
The 2 exceptions were just right, what I normally expect when I think OPI formula. They weren't too thick, or too thin. Smooth and creamy. Perfect even.
They dried just fine and played well with my topcoat like usual. I only wore a couple as full manicures because I disliked the application while swatching.
So all that aside, I liked the colors. I thought they were bright and vibrant, very spring-y (except Vampsterdam). It has a nice nude and I liked the different shimmery options. My favorites were A Roll In The Hague and Gouda Gouda Two Shoes.
Sent to me for review.