As with many Asian polishes, these 2 have no names, just numbers. The pink one is #13 and the blue one is #14.
Tribal Colour #13 is a very light shimmery/pearly pink. It's very sheer, so you'll need 2 or 3 coats for opacity. This polish is a little thick so application can be tricky, so I recommend applying thin coats and building it up to achieve the opacity you desire. Or you can apply it over a white base and all you need is one coat. This is what I did for the design above. As for the texture, it's not too rough or gritty. It feels like most textured polishes in the market.
Tribal Colour #14 is a light pearly blue. Also sheer, requiring at least 2 coats to be opaque. This one was thicker than #13 and harder to apply. I had a hard time trying to apply thin coats to my nails, which resulted in a very lumpy and textureless appearance. On the swatch stick, I had no problem with the application, so I don't know why it's so hard to apply on my natural nail.
With patience and practice I managed to get a satisfactory swatch on my nails.