Cult Nails sold these two polishes as a set a while ago (including thier "Wicked Fast" topcoat). Time Traveler is in their permanent range, but Seduction is a limited edition
Time Traveler is a ninth Doctor Tardis blue creme. For non-Whovians: this means a dark, muted navy."Nowhere, in any other timeline, or parallel universe, has a plain blue polish been so perfect. You can search back through time, but a rich, vivid navy blue crème with a flawless finish, like this, just hasn’t existed until now! Time Traveler was originally offered as part of the “Super Powers” Collection, 2011."
(Source: Cult Nails)
This polish is very well pigmented. On one hand, this is great, it means it's opaque with one thicker or two thinner coats (I used two). On the other hand, this also means clean up (and removing) is a mess. My pictures show the result of 10 minutes of clean up: my cuticles are still blue... Hello smurf fingers! But the blue cuticles were the only issue I had with this polish. The formula is great, neither too thick nor too thin, and it dries fast and shiny (the picture shows it without topcoat).
On top of Time Traveler I added the second polish of the set: Seduction. Seduction contains lots and lots of flakies. Some of them are blue, but most are multichrome: They change from fuchsia over orange and yellow to green, depending on the angle you look at them.
I added one coat of Cult Nails Wicked Fast over Seduction, and then decided to mattify this mani. So I added an additional coat of Essence Soft Touch Topcoat.
Cult Nails Polishes are sold at their own shop and at Overall Beauty.