I did swatches of 1, 2, and 3 coats of each polish. I found that at three coats it started to get a bit thick. It would probably work better to do thinner coats and let each one dry before moving on to the next. I had wanted to do a fourth coat but it would have been a mess. For the pictures pinkie is one coat, ring is two coats, middle & index are three coats.
Frida was the most sheer of the 3, there is 1 coat on my pinkie and it looks like a barely there wash of color.
Katherine is a deep eggplant color and gave the most coverage.
Paloma is my favorite of the three which is unusual. I had thought that I would have loved Frida, I think jellies are just not my thing.
These polishes can be used to create all types of nail looks. I have read a bit about jelly sandwiches but I have never tried it myself. I think it is when you put a layer of glitter or shimmer in between a jelly polish. These paired with some of the foily polishes in the Zoya Diva collection may make for some interesting combos. I have swatches of the Designer and Diva collections coming, I am editing now!
These polishes retail for $8 each and will be available on Zoya.com on July 15th.
(these were sent for review)