I do believe that the Professional line of nail polishes from Ulta are somewhat new, and while there are a surprisingly large number of shade selections, very few really jumped out at me. Twilight is an interesting melange of iron grey, charcoal and bronze. The overall effect is a cool dark brown, and I find it quite pretty. It's a bit sheer, but three thin coats covers completely. The brush is super nice, a bit wide but not as weide as the OPI ProWide, and one smooth swipe covers my pinkie nail just about completely. The ProWide dwarfs my pinkie nail and it annoys the devil out of me. The bottle cap is a little gnarly, being so wide and bulky, and in the shape of a square no less. Either way, it's quite a pretty color, but the sheerness is a concern. I'd consider the price worth it for the unique color, but I can't think I'd be spending $7.50 on too many polishes from this line. Sometimes they can be found on sale for around $5, so perhaps that could change.
Ulta Nail Polish in Envy, $5.00 at Ulta
I do believe this is my first Ulta nail polish, and I likey. Strangely enough this green, of all shades (?!) is what jumped at me. All the other colors disappeared when I saw it's deep turquoise awesomeness. I thought at first maybe it was like Color Club Black Widow Green, but this has more blue to it, and the shimmer finish is so much more like satin. I always thought that $5 for a store brand nail polish was jacked up, but I couldn't leave this polish behind. I'm in lust with it. This is two coats, as the formula is utterly pigmented perfection. If you like vampy and/or green and turquoise shades, you NEED this. What is with me and green nail polish lately? I have always been sort of 'meh' on it, some caught my eye, but I barely wore them. All of a sudden there are a deluge of amazing greens that don't make my fingertips look like they're rotting off. Love it.