Good morning and happy October! My favorite month of the year! I always try to watch one horror movie a night during October and I am on pins and needles in anticipation for The Walking Dead and American Horror Story to start up again. Since we are knee deep in Fall now I thought it appropriate to share Zoya's answer to the season! Today I have the Flair collection on my blog - a collection of 6 shimmery, rich hues that will perfectly compliment any Autumn outfit and Pumpkin Spice Latte. The Flair collection is available online now for $9 USD each. Let's jump in and check out the Flair collection!
Up first I have a fabulous duo chrome called Aggie. I love the shifty color of Aggie, it's gold and green and even a little bronzey depending on the lighting and how you move your fingers! I sued 2 coats of Aggie for perfect coverage. I finished with a layer of topcoat.
Cinnamon is a gorgeous, rich shimmery brown in the liquid metal finish. This color really does resemble a jar of cinnamon! Cinnamon had another great formula. I used 2 coats for full coverage and the application was smooth and easy. I finished with a layer of topcoat.
Here's my favorite of the Flair collection! Ember is a stunning fiery red liquid metal that looks like hot molten lava. So glowy! Loved the formula and application, creamy, smooth, like buttah. I used 2 coats of Ember and 1 layer of topcoat.
Here's another great color! Giada is a dark purple hue with the liquid metal finish. I love that this purple is dark, but not blackened. Just like all the others, Giada had a stellar formula and applied like a dream. I used 2 coats of Giada and a layer of topcoat.
Tris is a moody brushed nickel metallic-esque polish. Yes, all I can think of is Tris from Divergent. This color is kind of perfect for you, don't you think? Tris had a great formula and applied perfectly in 2 coats. I finished with 1 layer of topcoat.
Last but not least is Estelle, a beautiful blue with a liquid metal finish. I'm a broken record here but the formula and application were both aces. I used 2 coats of Estelle and finished with topcoat.