KBShimmer Fall 2014 Shades

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Good evening!

I'm a bit behind on swatches and fall collections, since I've been trying to incorporate more nail art and less straight up swatches. I hope you'll forgive me but truly, a lot of fun is taken away from polish when you become a straight up swatch monster so adding a bit of nail art here and there really makes the difference for me! Today's post contains five shades from the fall KBShimmer collection.

 Rust No One. Three coats. This is a bright scarlet holo that has more of the jelly type base. It's really vivid and happens to be my favorite color! Not red, not orange but just perfectly crimson.

 Up & Cunning. Two coats. A super strong linear teal holo. This one is a bit more holo than Rust No One. Can you go wrong with teal holos? No, never.

 Leap of Faith. Three coats on outer fingers, one coat over black on inner fingers. Ah, this is one is beautiful. It's a red jelly with various glitters mixed in. It looks really good over black, I think, because the red jelly base gives it extra dimension.

 Kiss & Spell. One coat + dabbing over black and gradient base. What fall collection is complete without a fun Halloween glitter topper? I HOARD Halloween polishes like you would not believe. I like that all these glitters are matte/satin and that lime green really makes the other colors pop.

Jack. Two coats by itself. Jack is a black base with orange glitter (just a smidge of bar glitter) as well as black hexes. You don't really see the black hexes though. This one is also super festive.

I love fall and KBShimmer has never, EVER put out a collection that disappointed me. There's always a mix of fun and interesting shades. My favorite from this collection was Kiss & Spell, Halloween junkie that I am.

KBShimmer polishes are available here. Also check out the sugar scrubs if you haven't already because they are without a doubt, my favorite scrubs (review here).

I can't be the only one who adores Halloween polishes, right?

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