October 3, 2013

Seche Fall 2013 Clever & Confident Collection Swatches


Hi guys! Today I have the Fall 2013 Clever & Confident Collection from Seche to share with you! For Fall Seche has introduced 6 new shades to their line, 5 cremes and 1 shimmer. I have really enjoyed the Seche polishes I've tried in the past so I was excited to give these a go. I like Seche polishes because of how nice and opaque they are, I find that they are usually 1 coaters which is something I always like. It's nice if I'm in a rush or if I want to do some kind of layering.

Check out all the swatches after the jump!




In case you're wondering why there are only 5 polishes in the collage above  it's because I broke my original bottle of versatile before I swatched it and then bought a new bottle after I swatched and edited photos for all the other polishes in the collection. I was too lazy to make a new collage lol :)

All of the photos in this post are in natural sunlight.

Clever & Confident is a purple creme. The formula was great, it was a the perfect consistency and great to apply. I used 1 coat for the photo below!




Happy, As Is is a raspberry creme. This went on a little bit darker than I thought it would based off the bottle but I quite like it. The formula was again really nice, it was a great consistency and super opaque. I used 1 coat for the photos below. 



Intuition is a dark wine red with a red shimmer. I really like this one, it's perfect for Fall! The formula was good but a touch patchy on the first coat so I needed  2 to get it completely opaque.



Silly but Sensible is an interesting shade of orange. It's kind of like an orangey caramel shade. This is my favorite of the collection, I can't say no to an interesting creme! The formula was good, it was a touch on the thick side but that didn't affect the application. I used 1 coat for the photos below. 



Versatile is a teal green, it has blue undertones but very much leans to green. The formula was great, it was nice and buttery with great opacity. I used 1 coat for the photos below.




Wonderfully Witty is a rich navy blue creme. You all know I'm a sucker for blue, I do feel like we've seen this a lot for Fall but I don't really mind that. The formula was much like the others in this collection...great! I used 1 coat for the photos below. 



The Seche Clever & Confident Collection is available now. I haven't seen these in any stores near me but you should be able to find them online!

12 comments:

  1. Gosh, they're all gorgeous! Love the blue x

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  2. I like how this blue is a brighter navy than the other ones I have seen for fall. Very nice!

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  3. I would love to see how well these stamp with them being one-coaters! I love the purple, but I think that Zoya Monica might be close enough for me :)

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  4. I can't find these anywhere!! I so want that orange!!!!

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  5. If you have a Lawtons near you that is where I got the blue (wonderfully witty)
    and it is amazing!

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  6. Ms. Shannon HoughtonOctober 5, 2013 at 5:25 PM

    Blargh, same! Where to buyyyy?

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  7. Glossy, smooth, one-coat creams? Why aren't we funding this?!!

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  8. Any website where they sell it (and can ship to Canada)?

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  9. hi jen! love your blog :) i was wondering how close Seche "Silly but sensible" is to Finger Paints "Cordure-Orange" from the 2011 Fall collection? TIA!!

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  10. Does "Silly but Sensible" resembles "OPI Chop Sticking to my Story"?

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  11. I don't own that OPI, sorry

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  12. hey, I absolutely adore your blog!!!
    can you please make a comparison between china glaze first mate and Wonderfully Witty?
    they look pretty much the same to me but I would like to know your opinion :D

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