(I would say that if you haven't watched those videos and you intend to, this could almost count as a spoiler. Not that everybody's opinions are the same, of course, but... go watch a bunch first and them come back, maybe!)
(And again, this is not necessarily my own opinion, and not anybody else's in particular, either. Just what I thought I heard the most.)
- A popular polish you don't like - Lincoln Park After Dark (which was what I said)
- A polish everyone hates but you like - OPI Pineapples Have Peelings Too (I'd never even paid attention to the existence of this polish, so this one surprised me)
- A nail polish finish you don't like - frosts
- A popular brand you think is overpriced - Essie (and the words "hit or miss" got used a lot)
- A trend you can't get on board with - I don't remember any one answer reccuring often enough to stand out. This and #10 were the only ones that were like that.
- A trend you didn't like at its peak but do now - textures
- A color you don't wear often or at all - yellow
- A polish you like but think is overhyped - Pacific Blue (it also made appearances as the answer to #1)
- A popular top coat you don't like - Seche Vite
- A nail polish that doesn't get enough love - this one varied, I can't think of one polish (or brand, several people mentioned brands) that predominated
I was going to add a picture of LPAD but I couldn't find one, so here's Pacific Blue instead:
I haven't worn Pacific Blue in a while (this is the old version) but I think the swatch here looks unusually dark. It may just be what it's next to, I'm not sure, but I don't think it normally seems like this bright of a blue - I would say it's more like the bottle color than how it appears on the wheel, as I recall, or maybe sort of in between the two. What I said in somebody's comments regarding the hype and the big fuss about it was that it was a great polish for $2-and-change, but that it's not great enough to pay many times that on eBay. I think that's just one of those things where people get the idea that they have to have something and overpay.