I'm also thrown off by the fact that the one I thought I'd love the most is the one I like the least and vice versa. I'll explain...
China Glaze C-C-C-Courage
This is the one I thought I'd like the most... though I should learn to stop being mislead by photos of purple. Purple is a hard color to photograph sometimes. Also, I didn't expect it to be this frosty... and bumpy-looking. It's not actually that bumpy; it just looks bumpy. The weird thing is that I REALLY liked the formula on this one: it applied so well but I disliked the way it looked. Easy to control and opaque in two coats: hard to argue with the way it felt. Now, if only I liked the way it looked...
China Glaze Dorothy Who?
I knew I would like this polish and it turned out much like how I expected: silver glitter in bright blue jelly. What's not to like? Happy, festive, glittery! VNL doesn't really quite disappear though, even after four coats. People have expressed disappointment that this wasn't a darker blue like the original but I have to say I'm pretty happy with this shade of blue as it is.
Close-up of Dorothy Who?
China Glaze Ten Men
This one was my favorite: white silver shimmer with silver glitter. It was the one I was wavering on -- I did actually think I'd dislike it -- and it's definitely one that I'm glad I got. I thought it would have that bumpy look like C-C-Courage but actually, it's very delicate and sparkling and makes me incredibly happy to look at it. This is what Glinda would wear, if she wore nail polish: something light, airy, ethereal.
Close-up of Ten Men
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