First up, Zorg Industries:
Steel-blue grey with a slight duo-chrome shift, this polish just reads futuristic and industrial.
Leeloo Multipass was the polish that grabbed my attention first in this collection. I never would have worn orange-pink before, but now I love it. This is really a very sheer pale orange with a subtle pink shimmer. Three coats, and you could still see some VNL.
An unexpected star of the show was Roo-Bee Rhod! This is a real orange/pink duochrome that also evokes a little ruby red. Two coats is much more opaque than Leeloo, also.
A little splash of Anti-matter of Opinion over Roo-Bee for an accent. Gorgeous. This glitter really shows more colors over darker undies, but I love a little subtle bling, too.
One major reason is that Bakeneko doesn't need any undies at all. The brown/red/green/gold shifts are inclusive in the polish itself. It would probably shift darker if you did wear it over black, but it doesn't need it. It's a gorgeous multi-chrome with a great formula.
Last, but not least, is a trio of duochrome topcoats that Lilacquer released in limited edition. You might be able to find these floating around out there, but I don't know if she plans on bringing them back to her shop or not. All of these are over a black creme, I believe.
Selkie is a blue/teal duochrome. To be honest, I have amassed a small collection of these types of topcoats, and I rarely wear them. There are so many interesting blue polishes out there, I don't often find the need to turn another color into a blue. I have no complaints about Selkie, though, and it is certainly a pretty topcoat.
Lycanthrope is a gold/green topcoat. Very pretty, and the slight shift to red is more unique than other topcoats in this vein.
At first blush, Kitsune looks a bit like Bakeneko, but it's more red, without the strong gold shift.
I love how a topcoat can transform the look of a manicure. These would also be fun to play with in nail art, changing colors within a nail.