The first shade is Wet n Wild Wet Shine in Caribbean Frost. The glare from the lighting makes it a bit difficult to see on my actual nails, but it's a very pretty turquoise-ish color with a bit of sheen. I bought this bottle a while ago, but I'm pretty sure it only cost $.99 for .43 fl oz at CVS (I'm a big fan of drugstore nail polish). This is with two coats and a topcoat. I like this polish because it goes on evenly and lasts a long time.
This second one is my newest shade and I love it! It's also Wet n Wild, part of their Fast Dry collection. The shade is Teal of Fortune and it cost $1.99 for .46 fl oz. I couldn't get a great photo because I was taking them at night with artificial lighting, which is why the shade looks much more blue than it actually is. I have it on my nails now and it is more of a teal, as the name says. What I like most about this shade is the little flecks of glitter. This is two coats, with a base coat and top coat. I'll try to get a better picture later and will update it here. The only thing that was a little weird about this nail polish was that the brush is really thick and the bristles are kind of hard to maneuver with. But I guess you can't ask for much from a $2 nail polish. It's got great staying power, though. I'll stick to my Wet n Wild shades for awhile!
Bottom Line: These polishes are an inexpensive alternative for people like me who aren't completely obsessed with doing their nails. They have good staying power and come in a variety of fun shades.