Central Park Peonies is a warm watermelon pink crelly filled with holographic flakes. This applied easily and was opaque on two coats.
Manhattan Skyline is an indigo jelly packed with red shimmer and shifting aqua-blue opalescent flakies. The formula was easy to apply, not gummy like some jellies can get. I used three coats here.
Coney Island Coaster is a bright, light aqua with shifty glass fleck shimmer and holographic microglitter. This one seemed chunkier upon application than I expected from looking at it in the bottle. Not difficult, but different. I used three coats for this guy. There is a really pretty pink shift to this color that shows up a lot more in real life than it chose to in my photo.
Rooftop Movies is a medium blurple (more purple to me) crelly with holographic flakes and pink glass fleck glitter. This went on well, similar to Peonies in formula, and opaque in two coats.
Times Square is a dark teal blue jelly filled with holographic glitter and a sprinkle of shifting shimmer that turns from blue to pink. I was also pleased with the formula on this, it spread on the nail nicely and wasn't gummy. I used three coats to completely cover my nail line.
And as an extra, I'm including Liberty from the recent Potion Polish Independence Day collection. She's a cornflower blue crelly with silver flakes and a touch of scattered holographic bits. Awesome, easy formula, opaque in two coats.
The Summer In New York colors are releasing July 22 at 1pm EST on the Potion Polish website. They are all priced at $11.00. Liberty is available now for $10. Let me know what you think about these shades! And please be sure to check out my friends' posts on this collection: Nail Polish Society, Peachy Polish and Very Emily.
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.