Dance Legend 092 Roz
Dance Legend's Chameleons collection is amazing. There are five shades, and each one is an extremely intense multichrome. This one's called Roz, and as you can see, it truly is a chameleon. It has a burgundy-plum base and it shifts to a glowing red-orange-gold-green rainbow. It has decent coverage on its own (I used three coats for opacity) so it doesn't need to be layered, but layering it over black (or another dark, opaque creme base) accentuates the green flash.
The formula is a little on the thick side, so I needed to be careful to apply very thin coats to avoid bubbling or lengthened dry time. Since the finish is slightly frosty, it's also a good idea to be conscious of your brushstrokes. Most of them disappear when the polish is fully dry, but not all of them. Other than those two issues, I was very happy with these polishes. Dry time is quick as long as your coats are thin, and they have been very durable and chip-resistant each time I've worn them.
Dance Legend is available either directly from their website (RU), or from Ninja Polish and Llarowe (US).
(sent for review)