This is Up & Cunning, a dark/medium teal linear holographic. Excellent coverage and beautiful rainbowy holo payoff. Super beautiful. I used two coats here.
Next is How You Dune?, which reminds me of Joey from Friends and makes me laugh every time. This is a light putty grey crème. I really like this one, great neutral. Awesome formula, two coats.
And this guy is Kiss & Spell, a glitter topper with stars, circles, and hexes in acid green, purple, yellow, black and orange. The base isn't completely clear, there's a bit of a yellowish green tinge to it. I used my favorite method of applying chunky glitters and put one coat over How You Dune?.
Here is A Raisin to Live, a deep eggplant violet jelly with tons of holo glitter. Looks a little lighter and brighter purple in real life. Delightfully vampy and perfect for fall. Very smooth, not chunky at all. Great coverage in two coats.
Flannel Surfing is a faded blue crelly with grey undertones filled with white, orange, and aqua hex glitters. I love this shade of blue, they describe it as well-loved pair of pajama pants and that totally captures it! Two coats.
This guy is called Leaf of Faith, a wine red jelly filled with hex glitters in red, orange and gold with a sprinkling of holographic bits. I got awesome coverage in two coats. I want to layer this over a black for a more vampy look, like Makeup Withdrawal did!
Next is Hugs & Wishes, a blue toned pastel lavender crème that brightens the deep fall color palette a bit. I love lavenders so this is perfection to me! Wonderful creamy formula, two coats.
Rust No One, another excellently named shade, is an appley orange rust linear holographic. I don't think I'm in love with this, but it is perfectly autumnal. This is two coats.
Another fabulous crème, Stonewashed, is a medium/deep blue denim teal. One coat wonder! I used two coats here because I always do but it was truly completely opaque in one. Really lovely shade.
And last is Jack, a classic KBShimmer shade that is back for a limited release. It's a black jelly with orange hexes, shreds, micro bars, and even some black hexes. Really a perfect Halloween shade. I used three coats here; you could get a similar look with less coats if you layer it over a black crème.
These will be released on September 15, 2014 on the KBShimmer website and if you're not in the US, Harlow & Co ships from Canada worldwide. The crème shades will be $7.50 and the glitters are $8.75 each. Jack is limited edition, so get your mitts on him quick before he disappears again! What do you think of KBShimmer's fall offerings this year? I'm a fan :)
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.