New York Summer has a lot of freakin awesome polish. Most of their jellies are actually neons, which dry matte, but a clear topcoat fixes that right up. I haven't had problems with application or cuticle drag yet despite the fact that many of the jellies require 3 coats, sometimes more. They dry as fast as any normal drug store brand but with the added benefits of having lots of great colors and being only $1.59 at Transdesign.com.
Gorgeous Tiffany blue jelly. This will dry matte as it's a "neon" unless you topcoat it. It is a near dupe to China Glaze For Audrey except in jelly form. This takes 2 thick coats, or 3 thin ones. I had no application issues whatsoever.
Here is a comparrison of it with China Glaze For Audrey on my ring finger.
This was 3 coats. No cuticle drag! This seems to be a great trend with these jelly neons! Normally I have a horrible time with it on any jelly.
I tried my best to get an opaque swatch of this but it took something like 7-8 coats to get it this opaque! I think it's safe to say based on the few I've swatched that the NYS glitters are meant to strictly be topcoats. The upside is that the glitter was smooth and not very grainy at all once dry.