Mint Condition, from The Hungry Asian, is a big, whomping boatload of awesome. I've been wearing it for over 2 days now (which is ages in people time), and the longer I have it on, the more I love it.
This polish is a minty teal with tiny, round dots of blue, red, and purple glitter that make it look like a colourful, speckled robin's egg. And not only is it all kinds of pretty, but Kae also did a fantastic job gauging the consistency. The teal base is dense enough to build to opacity in 2-3 coats (just for conservation, I'm wearing two here over one of China Glaze For Audrey), but at the same time, it's still sheer enough not to drown the miniature bits of glitter. That glitter even peeks through the layer above, adding some great depth to an already lovely polish!
Mint Condition also applied very well. There was no streaking, and the glitters spread out smoothly, without any need for additional "placement" to get attractively random yet plentiful coverage. And maybe I'm gushing a little bit, but if I sat down and wrote a list of my Top Ten Favourite Polishes in the history of ever, The Hungry Asian Mint Condition would make it with room to spare.