Formula and Brush
Before I show you swatches of the two colors, let me begin by saying that the formula on both of these was on the thin side. They weren't watery, but they were thinner than other polishes I have worked with. They weren't too thin, though, so there wasn't any cuticle pooling. The brush on these is also different from what I am used to. It is quite long and skinny. The post of the brush is also quite long as well, so there is quite some length between the handle and the end of the brush. Below is a Polish & Co. brush (bottom) compared to a China Glaze brush (top). This brush design actually works quite well with the thinner polish.
Too Shy is a great neutral beige. I normally find neutrals to make my skin look too ruddy, but this one doesn't do that. This applied very well and was opaque in two coats. It had a great sheen on its own too!
One Week or Two
One Week or Two is a fun bright blue. It leans more teal in the bottle, but on the nail it looks more blue with just a hint of teal. It also came out much more vivid on the nail than I was expecting. It dried to a flatter finish than Too Shy. This was a little thinner than Too Shy, but wasn't too difficult to work with.
These are available in select boutiques or online through polishandcompany.com. These polishes retail for $12 a bottle and are cruelty free.
Disclosure: These products were provided to me for review.