Today I've used Princess. I was expecting Princess to be rather blue from looking at the bottle. However, it appears a little more periwinkle to me, but still definitely on the blue side.
The polish has a wonderful sheen to it. It doesn't really show in the photos, but it's definitely shimmery with almost a pinkish-goldish shine. You can see that I painted all of my nails with it and put Happy Ending over it for the accent nail.
Application was great. The first coat wasn't too thin, but two absolutely did the trick. This is only two coats topped with Seche Vite, minus the accent nail which has two coats plus Happy Ending and then SV on top. It's very opaque, and I really don't think a third coat would be necessary.
All in all, this is another wonderful polish. As I said on my Feelin' Froggy swatch & review, I'm new to Cult Nails, but so far the polishes have been fantastic! I love the colors, application is easy and covers in only two coats, and it's not streaky at all.
But mark your calendars! Cult Nails is launching this collection on Friday, May 25th with a pre-sale event. During this one week pre-sale event, the whole collection is going to be offered for the discounted price of $40 - that's like getting one polish free! Cult Nails says that pre-sales are expected to ship out by June 15th, and the polishes will be available for individual purchase at that time too. Each bottle is $10.
This polish was provided by Cult Nails for review. As always, I only offer my honest opinion.