The three springy colored nail polishes are, from left to right, a purple called Spun Sugar, a coral named Gimme Some Sugar, and an aqua that I passed by because I have Holiday Golightly by Sation so I didn't need it.
There are three colors of caviar type, or fish egg, or mini craft beads to apply on your wet nail. The black is called Sweet Tooth and the coral is named Sugar-Coated. The third color was already sold out by the time I had found these at Sally's and I'm told it had the aqua and purple in it and another third color.
If you're not familiar with the fish egg style manicure, this is how you do it. Paint your nails and while they're wet, dip whichever finger you want to in the pot of beads. Pull it out and push the beads into the wet polish. Lightly pick or sweep away any extras or beads in awkward places, like the very tip of your nail. Once dry, cover with top coat to protect the beads. Most people do this on one nail as an accent.
This is from the Fingerpaints Facebook page:
The bead pots retail for $3.99 each, the same as a bottle of Fingerpaints nail polish. You can find these at Sally's Beauty Supply.....IF YOU HURRY!!!
You should check THIS POST and see my DIY for making a reusable beaded sticker with the Fingerpaints beads. You can do it!!