I've always found Rimmel to have great quality polishes, a wide range and fairly great prices. When I saw the new Rita Ora Spring/Summer collection for 2015 I quickly fell in love. They were gorgeous brights, pretty pastels and classic nudes. The names of the polishes all inspired by summer with a huge festival vibe about them; Port-aloo-blue, Peachella and Glastonberry to name a few. There's 12 new shades added to the 60 second super shine collection and I'm pretty sure you'll be picking up a couple, if not all, yourself.
Roll in the Grass is the most gorgeous turquoise shade. It's definitely more on the blue side and reminds me of the Tiffany gift boxes. I did expect it to be much more greener - the promo pics are very deceiving. I found this to be a little sheer with first application, but depending on how much you apply this could certainly be done in 2 coats but I needed 3 for full-coverage. This was on for about 4 days before the chipping became too noticeable.
Rain Rain Go Away isn't my typical go-to shade. I'm not much of a nude person at all and usually find it to be the most boring nail polish colour ever, but I really fell in love with this shade. I find this is between a grey and brown - and for me, it's the most perfect nude shade. I applied 2 shades for great coverage and it lasted an impressive 7 days with slight tear and wear on 2 nails - seriously impressive.
I haven't bought a 60 second nail polish for a couple of years now and I'm really impressed. The formula is better than ever and the wider brush makes application so much easier, faster and neater. For £2.99 these are a real bargain and come highly recommended from me. Yesterday, when I wrote this, Superdrug had them on offer for just £1.99 each. Delivery is free on orders over £10 so it's well worth stocking up now. I know I have my eye on a couple more shades.