l-r: Twinkle Toes, New Years Eve, Over the Rainbow
Some negatives. These polishes smell overpoweringly foul. I suggest painting your nails outside as a legitimate health safeguard. Not that nail polishes are known for smelling pleasant, but these are putrid on a whole new level. They emit a strong chemical smell, like industrial glue. They also take an age to dry. I did four coats here plus a top coat, though I could've stopped at two. It's been over an hour, and they're still in a fragile state.
But at the end of the day, these are $2 nail polishes, and they're pretty fantastic for the price. Twinkle Toes looks like a good substitute for Essie Set in Stones. New Years Eve fills the blue glitter hole in my collection, from the absence of glitters like OPI Absolutely Alice or Last Friday Night. And Over the Rainbow ... no justification required. There's plenty of scope to get creative with what base polishes to pair these glitters with, should they be used as a top coat. Just don't forget to hold your breath when you're using them.