These all have very similar formulas, they are all neons with scattered holographic shimmer. They are on the thicker side with great opacity. Some pull a little more on the nail, some flow like butter. They dry semi-satiny because they are very neon, so you'll want a top coat for shine. As with all neons, they are hard to capture 100% color-correct on camera, but I tried my best to get them as accurate as I could.
Ditz 2.0 is a neon pink with scattered holographic shimmer. This is two coats.
Gnarly 2.0 is a neon lime green with scattered holographic shimmer and little bits of blue. This is two coats.
Homeboy 2.0 is a bright candy blue with scattered holographic shimmer. This one was not as thick as the others and was the easiest to apply. Two coats.
Totally 2.0 is a neon lemon lime yellow with scattered holographic shimmer. This one was the most difficult to apply but still not hard, just a little chalky on the first coat. I used two coats for full opacity.
Tubular 2.0 is a neon orange with scattered holographic shimmer and bits of gold. This is two coats.
Whatever 2.0 is a bright vibrant purple with scattered holographic shimmer and tiny bits of blue. Two coats here. I loved this so much I wore it for an entire week!
You can purchase these on the Different Dimension website for $11 each. I think some of the colors are sold out, but there may be restocks in the future. You can keep up with them on their Facebook page for info on sales and products. What do you think of these neon shades? I am a bright polish fiend in the summer so these are so perfect for me. I love the addition of the holographic shimmer, it really sets them apart!
Some of the products mentioned were provided as a press sample for my honest review and some were purchased by me