Kerfuffle – Peach sherbert with an opaque creme finish
Teddy Girl – Pale pink with an opaque creme finish
Yummy Mummy – Light taupe with a subtle shimmer finish
Lady Muck – Cloudy grey blue with a subtle silver sparkle finish
What I think of them
I like the formula and the color range this brand offers. These are the only four I’ve tried so far but all four are consistent in quality and application. They are neither thick nor thin and do not pool around the cuticles. They dry down pretty quick and cure completely so that dents cannot easily be made in the surface. On my natural nails I can get about 3 to 4 days of chip-free wear time and easily up to a week with minor chipping. On my solar nails, these last and last and last. I wore Kerfuffle on my solar nails for 5 days with no chipping but then I took it off because I wanted to change colors. The only thing I wish they would change is the brush. It’s not at all bad but I prefer wider brushes since I can cover more surface in one stroke and they tend to give me a cleaner application. These cost about $15 each and can be found at Ulta, Sephora, and department stores like Macy’s and Nordstrom.