Rising Star is a gold foil metallic. It leans more copper than gold. There's no streaks, which can be a problem with some metallics, so that's a plus! This polish reminds me of those glittery/shiny oxfords that they sell at stores like Urban Outfitters. Cute! Here it's shown in two coats with no base or top coat.
Take The Stage is a deep carrot-orange foil metallic, and leans copper. This polish is also streak-free, so yay! It's not really my colour, but my aunt wore it and it looked fantastic on her! Here it's shown in two coats with no base or top coat. You might need a third coat if you have any bald spots.
Tease-y Does It is a gorgeous deep burgundy base with wine shimmer. It's a really nice vampy colour, and a great alternative for those who like black, but want something different. In the bottle, there's slight gold shimmer too, but that doesn't translate onto the nail very well. Here it's shown in two coats with no base or top coat.
The Show Must Go On is a hot magenta/pink duochrome that subtly flashes orange. Before these polishes hit the market, a lot of people thought it would be a dupe for MAC's Bad Fairy, but this is quite a bit brighter and has much less duochrome effect. I like that it's bright, though. Here it's shown in two coats with no base or top coat.
Two other polishes, Ali's Big Break and Let Me Entertain You, were also released. They're both pink/red shades, so I was fine with just getting one (which was The Show Must Go On). Of the four polishes I have, I have to say, Tease-y Does It is my favourite. All the colours are nice, though, and I like that the finishes aren't traditional shimmer. I'm always up for a foil or duochrome! What did you guys think of the shimmers of the Burlesque collection?
Disclaimer: These polishes were purchased on my own.