To be honest, nail polish doesn't excite me like it use to. I use to snatch up every new collection and drool over the ones I couldn't get. But when it comes to KBShimmer, it is a completely different story! I love getting the email that tells me a new collection is ready. I rush over and agonize about which ones I want to sample. The reason my feelings are different about KBShimmer....they never disappoint! I can't remember ever finding something wrong with their creations, from mixes to formula. If you want to buy from a trusted Indie maker KBShimmer is your shop!
So once again, I am excited to share a sampling of the Fall 2015 Collection. You will want to add these to your inventory!
Such A Vlad-Ass - gorgeous blood-red cream. Can you see the blue undertones? Just look at that smooth and flawless formula! I applied two coats.
Dark and Twisty - black jelly with a fun rainbow glitter mix. It is so dark and brilliant at the same time! I applied two coats and was extremely satisfied with the coverage. You could always start use a black base to deepen the color but it looks perfect on it's own.
Teal It To My Heart - perfect teal cream. I was worried about staining with this one but didn't notice any. Teal has never been my friend with removal and I always check. Fingers-crossed it stays that way because I have been trying to find a teal I can wear. I applied two coats.
Fig-Get About It - stunning dark purple holo. I was a little worried with the first coat because it has a thin formula but the worries were unnecessary. This magnificent holo only needed two coats.
Soul Deep - midnight blue or indigo blue or both! Doesn't matter I LOVE it! Of course I couldn't capture the purple in the photos. All blue lovers MUST have this cream. Perfect shade for you autumn and winter manicures! It is also super pigmented so I see stamping in its future. I applied two coats.
Open Toad Shoes - fabulous ugly green with gold, blue, purple and black glitter. Did I mention to pop of holo shimmer?? Yep it is an ugly beauty! I applied two coats without a base color and love the look. You could use a base to deepen the color. It has a great zombie feel to it, I'm thinking Halloween mani!