First up is Lapis of Luxury, this is a soft, light blue with a hit of periwinkle. This is three coats, you can really tell how glossy and squishy looking it in this pic.
Essie Turquoise and Caicos (no flash, in light)
Turquoise and Caicos was definitely the standout shade when I first learned of this collection. I didn't get Essie's Greenport, so I was super excited to get this one. It's a soft turquoise colour, I think it's a tad lighter than Greenport. But from swatches that I have seen online, T&C looks prettier. This is three coats as well. I don't know how anyone could not like this colour, it's fabulous! If you could only get one colour from this collection, I recommend this one.
Splash of Grendadine is like a mix of purple and pink. This one applied the best out of the three, this was two coats. I only took one picture of this one because I felt the shot of this was pretty true to life. It's definitely not magenta, which is what it is described as on many blogs, it is much lighter than that.
I love this collection because the colours are soft, yet very bright if that makes sense. The application with these is tricky, watery, runny, which is too bad, but that's just what Essie polishes are from my experience. However, a standout collection and I prefer this 100x over Essie's Art of Spring.