Hey dolls! Today I have photos for you of the KBShimmer Fall 2015 collection. This set of 12 has something for everyone: cremes, glitters, and holos. Now that baby R&P is here, it takes me much longer to swatch full collections, so I apologize for the delay. You’ll also notice that my nails are much shorter in these photos. I’ve been trying to keep them pretty low to prevent scratches.
KBShimmer Be Scareful is described as dots, shreds, and circles in orange and black swim among a near white crelly base. This shade glows in the dark, but blame mommy brain on forgetting to take that photo. Be Scareful’s formula was sheer on the first coat, but built up nicely for a white polish. I turned the bottle upside for a few minutes to get some of the larger glitters to come out. It is shown below with three coats and top coat. I would prefer to wear Be Scareful layered over a white base to prevent the glitter from clumping.
KBShimmer Breaking Blues is described as a darkened periwinkle blue. This creme is my favorite shade from the collection and I’m wearing it as I type this post. It’s formula was nice and thick and applied effortlessly in two coats. Breaking Blues is just dark enough to be perfect for the cooler weather.
KBShimmer Carpe Denim is described as a dark denim, navy jelly polish loaded with small silver holographic glitter. This one makes me think of a starry night. Carpe Denim’s formula was great; it applied easily and the glitter dispersed nicely without having to dab it in place. This shade also has a really high shine. Two coats were used in the photo below.
KBShimmer Dark & Twisty is described as a black jelly polish loaded with fine metallic glitters in a rainbow of colors. This is perfect for those times you want to wear black with a little bit of spunk. Dark & Twisty’s formula was just like Carpe Denim’s. It applied easily and the glitter dispersed evenly with no issues. Two coats were used in the photo below.
KBShimmer Fig-Get About It is described as a darkened fig color burgundy. Love, love, love this shade too! The holo effect is quite strong and Fig-Get About It applied effortlessly in two coats. The formula was really fabulous.
KBShimmer I Feel Gourd-geous is described as a coppery champagne fine holographic. I really love this shade on my skin tone. I’m sure I’ll be pulling this one out during the holidays. Its formula was quite sheer on the first coat, but built up easily in three coats.
KBShimmer I’ve Seen Sweater Days is described as a muted teal crelly with pops of cobalt blue glitter, lime green holo glitters, and silver glitters. This is a fun mix of colors. I’ve Seen Sweater Days was sheer on the first coat, but the glitters were not at all difficult to get out of the bottle. Three coats and top coat were used in the photo below.
KBShimmer Open Toad Shoes is described as a soft olive green crelly with pops of navy, burgundy, and chartreuse glitters with hints of holographic shimmer. I just love the base color of this polish, as well as the name. Open Toad Shoes is based on the Pantone fall 2015 color, Dried Herb. Its formula was somewhat sheer on the first coat, but opacity was achieved in three. There were no issues with glitter dispersement.
KBShimmer Soul Deep is described as a blackened blurple creme. This shade is like blue ink from a pen in a bottle. Its formula was great and applied perfectly in two coats. Even better, no stains were left behind upon removal.
KBShimmer Such A Vlad-Ass is described as a deepened blood red creme. If I have to wear red polish, it has to be like this. The formula was slightly thinner than that of most KBShimmer cremes, but not runny or problematic. Be sure to use base coat and to remove this shade carefully because it can hang around the cuticles. Two coats were used in the photo below.
KBShimmer Talk Qwerty To Me is described as a shimmering teal polish with pops of blue and gold micro flakes. This shade is based on the Pantone fall 2015 color Biscay Bay. Every time I type Talk Qwerty To Me I think of the Jason Derulo song that’s in so many commercials. Its formula was very easy to use and I layered one coat over KBShimmer Teal It To My Heart.
KBShimmer Teal It To My Heart is also based on the Pantone shade Biscay Bay and is described as a strongly pigmented teal. I love this creme as well. The formula was amazing and could be a one coater if you apply with a heavy hand. I’m a habitual two-coater though, so that is what’s pictured below with top coat.
Overall, the KBShimmer Fall 2015 collection is a great one. I especially love the cremes (you all know that’s my favorite finish). These polishes are now available for purchase here and they range in price from $7.50-8.75. Be sure to keep up with KBShimmer on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for updates and new releases.