It includes older Brights shades: That's Hot! Pink from Mod About Brights, the 2008 Brights collection, and Atomic Orange and Teal the Cows Come Home from the 2006 Brights. So, rather summery shades, then.
That's Hot! Pink, three coats. I don't know about other people's reference frames, but I don't think this pink is hot enought to be called a hot pink. But it's rather nice, though nothing that would have caught my eye normally. Somewhat jelly texture.
Atomic Orange, three coats. Creme, but I didn't manage to get it even enough with the small mini brush to avoid a third coat. Hard to photograph, comes out much brighter with my camera than it really is.
Teal the Cows Come Home, three coats. I actually had this one in a full size bottle, so I cheated and used this one instead. However, I think my brush was a bit funky, because during application it flattened out so much that fitting it on the nail was a bit worrysome. This is of course not a problem with the mini brush, but on the other hand, some people would probably find it too small instead. I can sense early B3F formula problems with this one, at least in my old full size bottle - you know, the formula that is kind of weird and likely to cause bubbling. Hopefully the mini bottle in this set is a new batch with an improved formulation.
Pretty standard summer shades that a lot of people would like, including the blue that is now part of the standard stash for many. The OPI mini bottles are terribly small, as I am sure many of us are aware of already, only 1/8 fl oz or 3,75 ml - smaller than the standard mini bottle.
However, I was very curious about the Rapid Dry topcoat, which I haven't before tried. I did so over Teal the Cows Come Home. After about one minute, the surface was dry, but sensitive to friction and could not resist smudge marks:
Though, it's flexible and retracts pretty good and the smudges mostly even out after a short while. No shrinking to be found.
I wouldn't replace my favourite super fast drying topcoat with Rapid Dry, but it sure dries faster than a standard topcoat. If you're very sensitive to shrinking, maybe this one will work out for you.
Swedish word of the day:
sommarfärger -noun pl. summer colors