This is a new formula for Rimmel and this is the only color I saw that really jumped out at me. I tend to pick up all aquas, but then I sadly put them back down because they're all in that family of aquas that are standard in every polish maker's line. You know the ones; Color Club Emerald Depths, OPI Sonic Bloom, every brand has them. I thought this was going to be another, but the base is more creamy and it's a bit deeper as well. It's a midtone teal with some fine gold shimmer. The bottle is similar to the now extinct, but beautiful, Sally Hansen Salon line, but this bottle holds a horrible secret: The brush. I can't describe my horror at finding out that this has the oar brush like the Sally Hansen Insta Dry line. Long and wide and curved, painting your nails with this feels like you're slapping paint on your fingers with a popsicle stick. The formula was similar to Insta Dry as well, being slightly thick, and it dries so fast you'll have goop on your brush stem within seconds. The worst thing about the bottle besides the brush is the fact that the neck is teeny, making the large and unwieldy brush even more tricky to use. Overall, I do love this color and it is unique to any other aqua/teal I've tried, but I won't be buying any more of this range of polishes.
Overall: With the Sally Hansen Salon bottle, the Sally Hansen Insta Dry brush and formula, this Frankenstein line of polish with only one unique color in the bunch is a FAIL for me.