This collection contained 3 creams, 1 crelly (creamy jelly), and 1 metallic. Feast your eyes on these lovelies: (none feature a topcoat)
Erica's Pencil Skirt is described as a "creamy deep wine color." This oxblood crelly (cream/jelly) polish is seen above with 2 coats. I could have used a third, as it looks a tad patchy when photographed. This polish however was quite self-leveling and VERY glossy.
One Shade of Gray is called "dark gray with purple" by Barielle. This gray is what I like to call elephant gray. In certain lighting this gray leans ever so slightly purple, but this is a cream polish and has no shimmer or glitter. The above swatch shows 2 glossy, self-leveling coats.
Fun Fact: This polish is the same color as the jelly base for Butter London No More Waitey, Katie.
Allie's Lace Cover Up is a "muted dusty pink." This polish is a pale lavender leaning pink and it took 2 coats for full coverage.
Jordana's Skinny Jeans can be described as a "frosted sapphire blue." A metallic cobalt that took ONE coat. The brush strokes of this on-trend color are not visible and the shimmery goodness of it makes this deep sapphire blue glow.
Rusted Vintage Boots is rightly called a "creamy rust." This rusty cognac brown is flawless in 1 coat.
As in every collection, you have favorites and then you have others that you're less enthusiastic about. While I loved the application and colors of the entire collection, I thought the names were a tad over the top. My favorites from this collection are Erica's Pencil Skirt and Rusted Vintage Boots. I have nothing like either one and I love how spot on they are for this season's trends. Allie's Lace Cover Up is perfection and has become a go-to palette cleanser between all of my seasonal polishes. I would highly recommend this collection for anyone looking for on trend polishes.
This collection can be found at the Barielle website and retails for $25.00. You can also purchase the polishes individually for $8.00.
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