There are currently 3 shades to this collection - Shooting Star, Twinkle Twinkle and Star Bright. I can only hope that they add more shades to the collection. While pretty, I wouldn't necessarily say that they are Summer shades. But it you are like me, I wear what I like, whenever I like it. LOL!
The first in this collection is Shooting Star, a gorgeous blingy silver. This is two coats with no top coat. Silver polishes tend to scare me but this one, although bright, its not gaudy bright. I had nothing like this in my collection nor have I seen anything similar in other brands. I'm glad I own it.
Next, is the first I picked up in this collection, surprise, surprise. This is Twinkle, Twinkle - a navy blue glitter that dries matte.
Lastly, in this collection is Star Bright, a pink matte glitter. Surprisingly, I'm really liking this textured finish. I am normally a smooth finish girl. But like with most of the textured polishes, a top coat isn't suggested, but if you prefer a smooth finish you can always add your favorite top coat.
As I mentioned earlier, several brands have their version of the glitter matte polishes. When not paying attention, I purchased the Nina Ultra Pro in Star Bright and the Orly Pink Pixel. When I got them home, I had to do a comparison. Below you can see that the Nina Pro appears to be more textured as well as lighter in color. I wouldn't call them dupes but they are definitely in the same color family. While I normally love the Orly line, in this case, I prefer the Nina formulation. Again, I hope they release other shades in the Matte Glitter finish.
If you haven't tried the Nina Ultra Pro line yet, you really should. I love the brush. It's another one of those wide brushes that pretty much covers the nail with one stroke. Nina Ultra Pro is exclusive to Sally Beauty and sales for $4.69 a bottle for a 0.5 fl oz bottle.
Grace, Peace, & Blessings.
* FTC: These products were bought with my own money, unless otherwise noted. These are my honest opinions. I am not employed by nor was I paid by any of these companies. This is not a sponsored post.