Favorite nail polish brand Makeup Wars – KBShimmer is my jam

This week the Makeup Wars group is focusing on our favorite nail polish brands. As a KBShimmer fanatic it was easy to pick this to share with you. In the past I’d been sent some polishes* from KBShimmer which set me off on a buying spree. Let me share some of my favorites.

KBShimmer some favorite polishes

KBShimmer more favorites

KBShimmer summery shades

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KBShimmer Take Back Ctrl

KBShimmer Take Back Ctrl is a great polish for early fall and early spring especially. This dusty mauve cream applied like a dream and enhanced my tips for 7 days without fading or chipping.

KBShimmer Supplies Party

KBShimmer Supplies Party

KBShimmer Supplies Party* is another fall favorite especially for a party you might be going to. This is their birthstone finish which is heavy metal. Glitter galore and a shade that can look more gold or cream depending on what you are wearing and the light.

KBShimmer Fax of Life

Fax of Life* is another from the brands office collection and this work appropriate polish is a dream. From a light gray to a charcoal it’s got it all including a linear holo with delightful light shimmer in a variety of shades. Highly recommended.

KBShimmer Orchidding Me?

Orchidding Me? * is a purple lovers delight. There’s a rainbow of shimmer in this polish that makes wearing it like watching a movie. Every light you are in will bring you new looks. If you love purple, you’ll love this polish.

KBShimmer Along for the Tide (direct light)

A polish post wouldn’t be complete without a gorgeous blue and Along for the Tide* is that blue. This one is packed with shimmery micro flecks and you’ll find a shift with pink to blue and violet to purple.

KBShimmer Got It Sandaled

KBShimmer Got It Sandaled

Another favorite that I swore by this summer is Got It Sandaled. This dark lavender has a creamy shimmer that’s not obvious at first but peeks out to surprise you and bring a smile to your face.

KBShimmer created a collection called Unicorn Pee that is absolutely delicious. Hard to find, as are all unicorns, and precious once you have them. Even though these are sold out I had to share them and hope for your sake that they come back. Maybe if enough people clamor for them they will.

KBShimmer So Jelly

KBShimmer So Jelly

So Jelly is what I’m wearing right now and I’m loving it. KBShimmer describes it as a ” deepened fuchsia leaning purple jelly with color shifting shimmer”. I see wine, magenta, burgundy and more in this beauty.

KBShimmer Let’s Slang

KBShimmer Let’s Slang

Let’s Slang is the one I was instantly attracted to and went into my cart first. This appears to be a purple in the bottle but it’s really a deep blurple with mostly red shimmer. I didn’t want this off my nails even though I wore it for 7 days. I’ll have this on again and again.

KBShimmer You Dew You

There’s also You Dew You, a top coat to change polishes into shimmer delights. It’s not overly shimmery, just brings out the glamour in the polish. I’ll have a giveaway for a new one since I bought an extra for the blog.

I could show you so many polishes but by now you are probably only skimming pictures. In my opinion KBShimmer is a brand that can’t be beat. Only found on their own website and Amazon it’s worth the time to seek them out. The wear on these is phenomenal, it’s a cruelty free brand that is vegan. (KBShimmer does not test any of our products on animals or purchase supplies that have been tested on animals. KBShimmer nail polish, sugar scrubs, mani shots, cuticle creams and cuticle oil pens are all vegan, containing no animal products or by-products.)
I hope you enjoyed my post and that you’ll continue on to see what the other Makeup Wars bloggers have chosen as their brand of choice.  —  Marcia


Peace, Love & Polish from Dr.’s Remedy

Dr.s Remedy CHEERFUL Cherry and POISED Pink Champagne

Dr.’s Remedy has created a wonderful small collection of polishes that is especially beautiful for fall. If you don’t know Dr.’s Remedy it’s a brand developed by podiatrists Dr. Adam Cirlincione and Dr. William Spielfogel. They wanted to help their patients with a vegan friendly, organic line. They’ve succeeded with over 40 gorgeous shades.

samples

Dr.’s Remedy uses a blend of biotin, tea-tree oil, garlic bulb extract, lavender, wheat protein and vitamins C and E. Even though these ingredients sound like they’d be a little stinky, be assured they aren’t. But they are free of formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, and DBP.

Dr.s Remedy CHEERFUL Cherry and POISED Pink Champagne

Now let’s enjoy the new beautiful shades that have been created to lift your spirits.

Let’s start by being cheerful with Cheerful Cherry ($17).

Dr.s Remedy CHEERFUL Cherry

This beauty is a cream shade but with a little bit of shimmer in it. You’ll basically see that in natural bright sunlight. This applied like a dream, the second coat filled it in perfectly giving it a bold and juicy look.

Dr.s Remedy CHEERFUL Cherry

Dr.s Remedy CHEERFUL Cherry

I enjoyed wearing this shade since it isn’t a Christmas red, it’s a more rose like shade that’s upbeat for this weather.

Dr.s Remedy CHEERFUL Cherry

POISED is a Pink Champagne shade that is called a cream but it’s actually a soft metallic. Dr.’s Remedy describes this a a soft shimmering pink champagne that gives a Midas touch. I find it to be a bit of a chameleon depending on the light.

Dr.s Remedy POISED Pink Champagne

Dr.s Remedy POISED Pink Champagne

This is a softer polish and needs drying time. Don’t be in a rush after applying it or you’ll end up with smudges like I did.

Dr.s Remedy POISED Pink Champagne in brighter light

Poised Pink Champagne took a while for me to appreciate. Normally I love the look of a polish instantly but I wasn’t sure at first if this was the right shade for my cool toned skin. But by the end of the first day I knew it was a winner, as the days went on I realized it gave a warm glow that I really liked.

If you are looking for an 8 Free polish brand that is actually good for your tips and toes then look no further than Dr.’s Remedy. It’s the only brand I’m comfortable wearing on my toes since I find my tootsies can be susceptible to fungus. But these have never caused a problem for me.  Be cheerful and poised with the latest from Dr.’s Remedy.  —  Marcia

Sally Hansen has you set for September and beyond with Miracle Gel

Sally Hansen Adventure Land Collection, Miracle Gel

September is here and that means we are starting to feel fall is just around the corner. Today we’re at the corner of Sally Hansen Miracle Gel and Adventure Land where 7 new treasures await us to make fall a prettier place to hang out.

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel was the first polish that combined the wonderful aspects of gel nail polish with a top coat that doesn’t need a light curing session. Because of that the polishes can be removed with regular polish remover. No soaking, no foil wrapped around our tips sinking the remover into our skin. Just remove as usual.

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Sally Hansen Miracle Gel

I have two of the Adventure Land polishes to share with you today. In total there are seven shown in my collage from left to right: Swim Upstream, Beet, Red-y Set Run, Leaf Me Be, Sheer Happiness, Wild About Violet, and Adrenaline Crush (large one).

I am so impressed with Adrenaline Run and Red-y Set Run that I can’t believe it. I wear a polish for at least 7 days but with Adrenaline Crush I wore it for 14 days yet you’d never had known it from the wear. Other than growth and the tips of my nails wearing away they looked perfect.

Sally Hansen Adrenaline Crush with Miracle Gel 2x Volume top coat

Adrenaline Crush is one of those polishes that is hard to describe. Every light brings out a new aspect of it. Some lights make it look very golden, some make it look bronzish, you can see a purple undertone in it some of the time. It’s a veritable adventure all by itself.

Sally Hansen Adrenaline Crush

Sally Hansen Adrenaline Crush

Sally Hansen Adrenaline Crush

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Sally Hansen Adrenaline Crush

There’s a metallic finish to it that makes it more enticing. With Sally Hansen Miracle Gel you don’t apply a base coat so that saves time. Just use the Miracle Gel Top Coat. It dries a little quicker that way but the two I used weren’t thin polishes so they didn’t dry instantly.

Sally Hansen Red-y, Set, Run

I got my nails done after just one week of wearing Red-y, Set, Run but I could have lasted another week without a problem. It looked as shiny as could be and the color was true throughout the entire time.

Sally Hansen Red-y, Set, Run

Sally Hansen Red-y, Set, Run (day one)

Sally Hansen Red-y, Set, Run after 7 days

This is a shade of red I never get tired of. It’s a true red with hidden shimmer that makes it glisten and glow. It’s ready for an adventure or for sitting around a bonfire.

I’m in the process of deciding what polish to wear on a 3 week trip and Sally Hansen Miracle Gel is leading the race. If it can last 2 weeks as perfectly as it did with Adrenaline Crush then I think it can make it the almost 4 weeks between manicures. What do you think? Would you be able to wear one of these for that long?  —  Marcia

Summer fun with nails

This week for Makeup Wars we are sharing some favorite polishes for summer. This was actually a last minute decision for the group so I gathered pictures of the polishes I’ve been wearing up until today to share with you. None of the ones I’ve been wearing are new but they are ones I love and hope you do too.

COLOR CLUB HALO HUES in MISS BLISS

The Halo Hues polish collections are fabulous polishes. Not only do they wear beautifully but they are more holographic than any other polish brand I’ve ever bought.

Color Club Miss Bliss on Polarbelle’s blog

In 2013 I did a guest post for Polarbelle and wore this polish and I’m wearing it now as I type.

Color Club Halo Hues Miss Bliss

Color Club Halo Hues Miss Bliss

It’s still available on ebay and if you love shiny pink holo nails then you’ll adore this polish.

INGLOT MAMMA MIA (number 220)

I wore this over the July 4th weekend and everyone loved not only how pretty it is but how it fit the holiday. I swear I saw it for sale but I can’t find it now. But if you can get your hands on it, it’s a stunner with beautiful shimmer.

Inglot Mamma Mia! #220

Inglot Mamma Mia! #220

I need to get my hands on some Inglot Nail Enamel now that I’ve seen how perfectly this wore for a week.

LILLIAN EVE NAVY BEEN BETTER

Lillian Eve is a small indie nail company with a tiny collection right now. I’ve had Navy Been Better for a long time and finally got around to wearing it around Memorial Day.

Lillian Eve Navy Been Better

Lillian Eve Navy Been Better

I gravitate towards blues like this, it’s not really navy except in certain lights. It’s very satiny and wore perfectly for a week with just a bit of wear where it wraps around the nail.

CND BECKONING BEGONIA VINYLUX

When I was moving I wanted a polish that would last 2 weeks so I turned to CND Vinylux. Beckoning Begonia has an infinitesimal amount of shimmer to it. It looks a little more shimmery in the bottle than on my nails. So while I was disappointed in that, I wasn’t disappointed in the way this lasted through packing and unpacking 1,234,567 boxes.

CND Vinylux Beckoning Begonia

CND Vinylux Beckoning Begonia

ESSIE ARUBA BLUE

I can’t tell you how many weeks I sat and looked at Aruba Blue in the nail polish racks of my nail tech. Finally I had to wear it. It’s fitting for my affinity for blue and this made me wish I was back in Aruba.

Essie Aruba Blue

Essie Aruba Blue

LAUREN B ROSE BOWL

Last but not least is Lauren B Rose Bowl because I love red all year long. This is another brand that is fabulous and Rose Bowl is a perfect example of the beauty of their polishes.

Lauren B Rose Bowl

Lauren B Rose Bowl

I’m ready for more pastels now and I have a set of Julie G polishes waiting in the wings for my next nail polish post. I can’t wait to wear them. What’s on your agenda for polish this summer?  —  Marcia


*Lauren B is from PR, rest were purchased or from my nail tech

 

Sinful Colors Celebrates the 80’s with 3 new nail collections

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May is an exciting month in the world of nail polish since Sinful Colors has three fabulous collections coming out that will make your nails stand out and your wallet stay fat.

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Collection one is Color Rebellious ($1.99) which consists of 8 bright and beautiful colors. The Queen of Pop inspired these with ambitious super saturated shades to light up the dance floor. I can’t wait to see these especially the limited edition polishes and grab them up.

Limited Edition  Cherish Me – hardcore pewter polish with heavy metal glitter accents  Starlight – a star bright glittering gold metallic  Pop Queen – shimmering blue-grey metallic studded with bright blue heavy metal accents

The Classics  Cream Pink – bubblegum pink  Endless Blue – en vogue electric blue  Energetic Red – bright lipstick red with attitude  Feel the Vibe – vibrant orange shade Yolo Yellow – bright yellow hue

Sinful Colors Color Eccentric

Sinful Colors Color Eccentric

Collection two is Color Eccentric ($2.99) which are bright and eccentric neon polishes reminiscent of the early days of David Bowie’s glam rock music.

Limited Edition

Diamond Blogs – neon fuchsia,  Interglamatic – vivid violet,  She’s From Mars – neon bright pink,  Eccentricity – neon orange,  Out in Space – neon yellow,  Jean Queen – vibrant neon teal

Top it Off!  Top Coat – shockingly shiny top coat to lock in crazy color

Illuminating Base  White On Time – a white shade to be applied under neons for the ultimate vivid effect

Sinful Color Color Eccentric

Sinful Color Color Eccentric

Sinful Color Color Eccentric

Sinful Color Color Eccentric

Collection 3 are the funky flamboyant Color Symbolic ($2.99) shades. These are reminders of Prince’s vibrant music.

Limited Edition  Cranberry Ca raze – fuchsia pearl with an unexpected violet flash,  Funky Fierce – violet metallic with a flamboyant gold flash,  Rule My World – decadent gold metallic,  So Symbolic – sparkling velvety purple

The Classics  Devious – deep blood red,  Pragmatic – feisty shade of lavender,  Prosecco – glittering neutral gold,  Tutu Thrill – pastel pink

Now that you know what to look out for let me share some of the NEON Color Eccentric Polishes that I was sent. As soon as this is available in stores I’m off to buy White On Time since I think the neon effect will be totally outrageous with the white base.

Sinful Colors Diamond Blogs

Sinful Colors Diamond Blogs

Diamond Blogs is a neon fuchsia that leans a little red. This limited edition shade is going to attract all the right kind of attention.

Sinful Color Eccentricity

Sinful Color Eccentricity

Eccentricity is a neon orange that you want on your tips or toes especially when it’s bathing suit weather. It’s not a pumpkin orange, it’s actually more of a pinky coral and is beautiful.

Sinful Color Out in Space

Sinful Color Out in Space

Out in Space is a neon yellow but with a more subtle look than you’d expect. It’s a sunny color that isn’t in your face – maybe because it’s out in space. It’s the color of the crayon you’d use to draw stars in the sky.

Sinful Colors Intergalactic

Sinful Colors Intergalactic

Purple lovers will celebrate Intergalactic. This is not your mother’s purple, it’s Prince purple with its brightness and vivaciousness.

Sinful Colors She's From Mars

Sinful Colors She’s From Mars

Last of the 5 I have is She’s From Mars and I loved wearing this shade. It is a bright neon pink but it’s also sort of soft at the same time.

Sinful Colors She's From Mars

Sinful Colors She’s From Mars

This isn’t what I expect when I see the name neon. It’s pink and mellow with the neon as an afterthought.

Sinful Colors She's From Mars

Sinful Colors She’s From Mars

If you are a polish lover look to Sinful Colors for their new collections. These wear as long as the more expensive colors but the cost is minimal. Cheaper than a Unicorn Frapiccino, longer lasting, but just as fun.  —  Marciasinful colors neon bottles wheel standng5 free polishes (Tolulene, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, DPB and Camphor Free)

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Pop Beauty Nail Glam are popalicious nail shades

POP Nail Glam - Groovy Grape, Pink Peak, Pop Pool Party

POP Nail Glam – Groovy Grape, Pink Peak, Pop Pool Party

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Are you looking for some unusual nail polishes? If so you’ve come to the right place since POP Beauty Nail Glam polishes are spectacular fun. I was sent their 3 newest polishes and they go beyond what I ever expected from Pop Beauty. Each of these three (Groovy Grape, Pink Peak and Pop Pool Party) have a different finish and each will blow you away.

POP Nail Glam - Groovy Grape, Pink Peak, Pop Pool Party

POP Nail Glam – Groovy Grape, Pink Peak, Pop Pool Party

POP BEAUTY NAIL GLAM in GROOVY GRAPE is one of the most fun and beautiful polishes that I’ve worn in a while.

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Groovy Grape

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Groovy Grape

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Groovy Grape

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Groovy Grape

Look at the magnificence of this beautiful violet with pink iridescence running through. Not only did this wear fabulously for a week but the color is so unique that people noticed. When I was at the nail salon other customers were grabbing my hand. I could have sold a dozen bottles then and there.

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Groovy Grape

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Groovy Grape

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Groovy Grape

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Groovy Grape

Even though I didn’t want to remove this beauty I had to move on and chose POP BEAUTY Nail Glam in POP POOL PARTY. This is the perfect name for this polish. Pop Pool Party has a metallic finish that makes you want go off to an island or a pool for some fabulous fun.

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Pop Pool Party

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Pop Pool Party

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Pop Pool Party

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Pop Pool Party

The brush on these polishes is a pleasure to work with. When I get my nails done my nail tech and I always talk about the brush plus I notice how the polish applied. A winner in all ways.

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Pop Pool Party

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Pop Pool Party

The Pop Beauty Nail Glam that I’m saving for summer sun is PINK PEAK. This shimmery polish is hot as can be. There’s a load of silver glitter in it that is going to be perfect when we actually have sun.

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Pink Peak

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Pink Peak

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Pink Peak

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Pink Peak

All Pop Beauty Nail polishes are an ultra long lasting nail colour, non occlusive formula (meaning they don’t stain). They are Toluene, Formaldehyde and DBP free.

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Pink Peak

Pop Beauty Nail Glam in Pink Peak

This spring and summer are going to be even prettier than usual with these POP BEAUTY NAIL GLAM polishes. There are 38 Pop Beauty polishes and I think I received the best of the lot. If you had to pick just one, which would it be?  —  Marcia

*sent for consideration

 

Sally Hansen Color Therapy™ soothes you nails and your senses

Sally Hansen Color Therapy polish

Sally Hansen Color Therapy polish

Sally Hansen nail polish needs no introduction since we already know what a magnificent brand it is. They are the leaders in mass market nail care and a brand that I can always rely on having exceptional color and wear.

press samples

Sally Hansen doesn’t rest on its laurels though since they are always looking for ways to improve their brand. I think they’ve really nailed that with their new Color Therapy™ polishes. These polishes not only look beautiful, wear incredibly well, and are easy to apply but Color Therapy works to nourish your nails.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy™ in Sticks and Stones

Sally Hansen Color Therapy™ in Sticks and Stones

STICKS AND STONES absolutely surprised me. This is the first of the polishes I wore and it blew me away. It’s a dark purple with lovely small flecks of red shimmer in it. If I hadn’t seen the brand I’d have thought it was an indie polish since it’s so unique.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy™ Sticks and Stones

Sally Hansen Color Therapy™ Sticks and Stones

The shimmer likes to hide so you won’t see it all the time but when you do, it will bring a happy smile to your face.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy™ Sticks and Stones

Sally Hansen Color Therapy™ Sticks and Stones

Sally Hansen Color Therapy™ Sticks and Stones

Sally Hansen Color Therapy™ Sticks and Stones

Next surprise for me is THERAPEWTER. This is a metallic polish so it was completely different than Sticks and Stones. It’s a type of pewter (Sally Hansen calls it a deep metallic charcoal) but there’s a lot of green in it so I considered it more of a green than a pewter. Either way to describe it doesn’t take away from the uniqueness of this lovely.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Therapewter

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Therapewter

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Therapewter

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Therapewter

In light that’s not as bright as my nail salon I can see more of the pewter so it’s like getting two colors in one. This wasn’t difficult to remove even though it has this metallic finish and lots of shimmer. It’s not a polish that you can get away with in one coat, two worked perfectly for me.

HAUTE  SPRINGS is my kind of red. I like a bold cool toned red that stands out and lets my nails get noticed.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Haute Springs (sallyhansen.com)

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Haute Springs (sallyhansen.com)

My skin is cool and I have a lot of red in my hands, especially in the winter when I first wore this. This cream polish lasted perfectly for 7 days, no fading and no tip wear.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Haute Springs

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Haute Springs

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Haute Springs

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Haute Springs

Last is RED-IANCE, an warm cherry red. This is the perfect pedicure shade too. You’ll radiate with long lasting color with Red-iance.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Red-iance (sallyhansen.com)

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Red-iance (sallyhansen.com)

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Red-iance, Therapewter, Slicks and Stones, Haute Springs

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Red-iance, Therapewter, Slicks and Stones, Haute Springs

So what makes Sally Hansen Color Therapy™ something so unusual from the rest of the 467,598,022 nail polishes available? They are a long lasting polish that is meant to last for 10 days but they apply and remove like a regular polish. They have a patented formula that “blends a complex of natural argan, acai, and evening primrose oil to condition weak, dry nails. Argan oil contains high levels of unsaturated fatty acids, as well as vitamin E, an antioxidant vital for healthy skin and nails. Acai berry oil is rich in omega-3, 6, and 9 essential fatty acids that are valued for nutrition and conditioning in skin and hair care. Evening primrose oil features essential fatty acids that are known to help reinforce hair strength.” Each bottle cap says Argan Oil Formula so you know what you are getting when you go shopping.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Red-iance, Therapewter, Slicks and Stones, Haute Springs

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Red-iance, Therapewter, Slicks and Stones, Haute Springs

As a polish junkie who doesn’t ever want to be without gorgeous colors I give Sally Hansen Color Therapy™ an all thumbs up. —  Marcia

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Additional information from Sally Hansen. What’s your choice??

The Nail Polish Colors
From the colorful world of Madeline Poole comes a spectrum of 38 pigment rich shades inspired by luxurious tones.

Rich Tones: Bold deep tones with a brilliant impact

?      Ohm My Magenta Say “namaste” to this magnificent reddish-purple
?      Unwine’d Escape with a beautiful robust bordeaux
?      Slicks And Stones  A lustrous crystalized purple
?      Shea Dream Enrich and nourish in a metallic buttercream hue
?      Red-iance Energize with this cherry red
?      Haute Springs Clear your head with a restorative red
?      Red-y To Glow Harness a zen attitude with a medium cerise tint
?      Exotic Acai Cleanse your color palette with this plum tone
?      Indiglow Shimmer with an electric metallic violet
?      Good As Blue Refresh with this daring navy
?      Soothing Sapphire Reflect and restore in a saturated blue jewel tone
?      Ja-Cozy Melt away in the aquatic tones of cobalt blue
?      Reflection Pool Go with the flow in a metallic aquamarine
?      Teal Good A vibrant cerulean lifts the spirits
?      Cool Cucumber A deep refreshing garden green
?      Bamboost An uplifting yet tranquil muted green

Pinks/Corals: Deep and understated pink tones for the perfect pop of color

  • Pampered in Pink Revitalize with this punchy pink

?      Aura’nt You Relaxed? Invigorate your senses with vibrant coral
?      Soak At Sunset A rose gold tinged with tangerine
?      Rosy Quartz A crystallized classic pale pink
?      Sheer Nirvana A marvelous marshmallow with hint of muted lilac
?      Primrose And Proper A delicate medium pink hue
?      Rosy Glow This beautiful begonia pink replenishes and restores
?      Berry Smooth A bright electric pink berry
?      Mauve Mantra Conjure calm with this carnation tint
?      Robes and Rosé A metallic and bubbly fuchsia
?      Couple’s Massage Unwind with this shimmery pastel peach

Nudes: Elegant and daring neutrals for the perfect polished finish

?      Steely Serene Get centered in a gorgeous greige
?      Powder Room A ladylike pearlescent blushed nude
?      Chai On Life A warm calming taupe
?      Well, Well, Well Keep it clean in this milky hue
?      Make My Clay Submit to serenity in this earthy putty shade
?      Therapewter Meditate in a deep charcoal metallic
?      Haute Stone Relax and revive the senses with this deep clay
?      Mud Mask  Melt away stress with this earthy mocha brown
?      Glow With The Flow A luminous and naturally radiant pale bronze shimmer
?      Blushed Petal Breathe it out in a botanical blush tone
?      Re-Nude Take some me time with this peach-tinged taupe