Here is a picture of the Lily set.
Lily is a very dark black/plum base, coverage was great with 1 coat, and could have possibly just been left at that but here is 1 coat of the Knight, 2 coats of Lily and no top coat.
And now for the Overglaze, which is called High Society in this set. It is described as a red/green overglaze on the Nails Inc website but to be honest I did not see much red in this, mostly green (a couple of different shades) and gold, and a very slight hit of blue sometimes at the sides but no red. That does not, however, change how much I like this polish, as the fact there isn't red makes me like it more (more info coming up on this soon).
For now here is the above mani with 1 coat of Overglaze and 1 coat of the Shield.
I love this collection too and still cannot decide which is my favourite so I am so glad I have all 3.
Now back to why the lack of red is a good thing, I am sure when many people (me included) seen the description for this Overglaze, it sounded an awful lot like Nubar 2010, which I have shown you before here and matte here, I was so happy that when I actually tried them together they are not that similar at all.
High Society has a lot more of the green/gold flakies where as 2010 does show green but the main colours are red and orange. I would also say the flakes in the Nails Inc polish are larger than the Nubar. Here is a quick comparison picture for you to see, this is 1 coat of the Knight, 2 of Lily and 1 coat of High Society on pointer and ring fingers and 1 coat of 2010 on middle and pinkie fingers, with 1 coat of the Shield over all.
Thanks for looking and I hope you have liked these collections.
The Nails Inc product was sent to me for review, the Nubar was purchased by me.