October 2016 is a light nudey brown linear holographic with added holographic silver microglitter. This formula was great, a breeze to paint with. This is two coats. It dries a bit dull so you'll want a glossy top coat for shine. If you want to check out all the 2016: A Year in Review colors that I've reviewed, click here!
And now for the Halloween shades!
Tricks No Treats is a white crelly with shredded glitter in metallic orange, green, and purple. This applied really nicely, nice and opaque. I found it required no manipulation of the glitters to get them to lay nicely, just don't put too much pressure on your brush or you may push them off the nail. This is two coats.
The Witching Hour is an orange, purple, green and black microglitter. This was a bit stingy on the first coat so you can definitely layer this. I built it up in three coats. It of course was a bit chunky but if you wait for it to dry down a bit between coats it layers easier. Dries gritty like glitters do, so use a layer of thick top coat or two for a smoother finish.
Spooky Lights has a silver holographic base with orange, purple, green, and black hex glitters. Lovely application, a bit sheer on the first layer, builds up in three coats. This is the third variation of this type of polish that Nine Zero has done, the first was in the Holiday 2015 collection and the second was limited edition for July 4th this year.
Jack-O-Lantern Juice is a pumpkin orange crelly with black shredded glitter. Nice formula, easy and covers in two coats. This reminds me of the tunic Fred Flintstone wears haha.
Black Cat Optional has a clear base with silver holographic microglitter punctuated with medium black hexes, large orange hexes, and white circle glitters. This has the same as Witching Hour but doesn't get quite as opaque, as you can see tiny bits of my nail in some spots. Another one you could layer over an opaque base color for another look if you want.
Cauldron Fire has a black jelly base filled with orange holographic microglitter. The formula is excellent, no issues and full opacity at two coats. This is the epitome of a Halloween polish and I am head over broom for it!
The polish of the month is available now on the Nine Zero Lacquer website for $11. The Halloween collection is available for pre-order through tomorrow 10/5 at 11:59 EST, priced at $54 as a set and $9-$11 individually. After the pre-orders ship, then they will be available for regular purchase. I noticed last year's Swamp Thing is also available for pre-order for $10, I loved that one! Let me know what you think about these new colors :)
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.