Great for Nail Art Stamping!
The brushes are a little klunky to get used to at first when using any of the colors, but most of them go on with two to three strokes and are opaque without streaks. They dry nice and quickly, and last about a week on my nails when used with Seche Vite Quick Dry Top Coat and Orly Rubberized Bonder Base Coat. Great value for the price indeed!
I'm also into Konad nail stamping, and in lieu of purchasing the Konad "Special Polish", I use these instead since the formula is thicker and I've had awesome results each time! Winterland White is great as a base and a stamping color- I haven't had such an opaque white in my collection in a long time!
The only "con" like I said is the brush size and shape... It's odd the brush is so wide and rounded. It's great for bigger nails, but I have average sized ones and my pinkies are small- so I always get a lot of product I have to clean up on the edges from it. I think if done correctly, pushing down the brush spreads the color evenly if you do it on one side of your nail first, then the other side... And only if needed do a swipe down the center of the nail. Small ones, you can probably just skip it and do one brush. The SV TC really sets everything in less than 15 minutes, and I can get to crafting and chores without having to worry about chipping or "bunching".
I'd love to see a silver metallic version of these polishes come out!