How about a few random Cult Nails swatches?
Spontaneous, a dusty purple creme with small purple glitter. The formula was a little thinner and runnier than I expected; I used three coats for coverage and to even it out. Shown with Wicked Fast topcoat.
Before topcoat, it dries a little matte and slightly textured:
Blackout. It isn’t black, but a dark charcoal grey. If you look at it from up close in real life, you can see that it’s actually got a sheer jellyish base packed full of tiny little specks of pigment giving it a soft, smoky finish. It does look pretty much black in some lighting situations, although not quite as much as it does here in my photos.
I used two coats although it was still just slightly patchy with its jelly base so I could have used a third.
This photo is more true to colour, where you can tell that it’s grey and not black:
Comparison with a couple of medium-dark greys to show how much darker it is: Kleancolor Concrete (1 thick coat), Blackout (2 coats), Misa Office Polish-tics (3 coats, it was a bit thin). I should have also compared it to a true black, ah well…
Top to bottom: Kleancolor Concrete, Cult Nails Blackout, Misa Office Polish-tics
Evil Queen, a pink-toned red semi-jelly. I don’t usually like cool toned reds on me, but I really like this one!
It was almost a one-coater, but I did two coats for the photos.
Great formula, shiny and smooth!
Feelin’ Froggy, a cool/neutral green with green shimmer. This one is sheer to let the shimmer shine through and I needed three coats. It’s a little cooler toned in real life; I’d say the first photo is the most colour accurate.