November 18, 2015

Painted Polish Fall 2015 Cozy Collection Swatches & Review


Hi guys! Today I have the Fall 2015 Cozy Collection from Painted Polish to share with you plus a couple other additions to the Painted Polish line up! The Cozy Collection is a 7 piece collection its made up of 4 new glitters and 3 new cremes. I also have 2 other new polishes to share with you in this post that are part of the Under the Holo Influence Collection. I've been playing around with a lightbox recently and this post is some of my very first attempts with it so please be kind about the photos :P They will get better as I learn!

Check out all the swatches after the jump!




Autumn Twilight is a dark purple creme. The formula was fantastic, it was a breeze to apply and had perfect opacity. I used 1 coat for the photos below.



Crunk on Copper is a copper holo glitter in a clear base. This is a new addition to the Under the Holo Influence Collection! The formula was good, this would be good for layering or on its own. I like it on its own because of how sparkly it is! I used 3 coats plus top coat for the photos below.



Dreaming in Rustic is orange and holographic micro glitter in an orange jelly base. The formula was good, it was really easy to apply and built up to full opacity easily. I used 2 coats plus top coat for the photos below.




Fireside Flannel is red and holographic micro glitter in a red jelly base. Like Dreaming in Rustic it was a nice consistency and opaque easily. I used 2 coats plus top coat for the photos below.



Holo Harvest is gold and holographic micro glitter in a clear base. Though the base is clear with this one the coverage is fantastic! I used 2 coats plus top coat for the photos below.



Lumberjacked is brown and holographic micro glitter in a brown jelly base. This is my favorite of the Fall Collection, its just so glowy and seriously gorgeous on the nail! The formula was great, it was easy to apply and the opacity was really good. I used 2 coats plus top coat for the photos below.



Mulled Wine By Moonlight is a deep berry red creme. The formula was fantastic on this creme also, it was a great consistency and easy to apply with awesome opacity! I used 1 coat for the photos below.



Rosy in Red is rosy pink and holographic micro glitter in a clear base. This is the other new addition to the Under the Holo Influence Collection. The formula was good, its in a clear base so its sheer but it builds easily. I used 3 coats plus top coat for the photos below.



Woodland Whimsy is a dark green creme. The formula was again, fantastic. Lexi seriously makes awesome cremes! I used 1 coat for the photos below!




The Cozy Collection and the new Under the Holo Influence polishes are available now at PaintedPolish.com, all of the polishes are $10!

10 comments:

  1. Autumn Twilight & Mulled Wine by Moonlight were my absolute favorite!! whate beautiful shades!!!

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  2. Ugh I love these! The oranges especially!!

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  3. Sharon Parayos MerrittNovember 18, 2015 at 11:38 AM

    All beautiful!!

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  4. Lovely, those microgliters are look like China Glaze but way better

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  5. Breathtaking! Unfortunately, the store is cloded until December 3rd. Would you happen to know if these polishes are sold elsewhere? (I am in Canada, by the way.) Superb swatches, as always, thank you again.

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  6. I don't think she is stocked anywhere else but I'll check with her to make sure and let you know!

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  7. Spoke to Lexi and she doesn't sell through any stockists :( It will be worth the wait though, the collection releasing when the shop reopens is gorgeous!

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  8. Thank you for the info, I really appreciate.
    You are right that this collection is absolutely gorgeous; this is why I did not want to wait so long in the first place. ;) Guess I'll have to. :)
    Thanks again.

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  9. Hi Jen, these are great photos for your first work using a lightbox! While I adore your usual sunny, cheerful photos for showcasing holo and glitter polishes, I personally think that cremes are most flatteringly photographed in indirect natural light or in a lightbox. Something about direct sunlight seems (to me) to be harsh when taking photos of cremes. Good luck experimenting with the lightbox and I look forward to seeing more of your work with it!

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