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Friday, October 7, 2016

Potion Polish Fall 2016 Hoodies & Hayrides Collection Swatches & Review

I'm back with another fall/halloween-ish collection, this time from indie brand Potion Polish! The Hoodies & Hayrides collection for fall 2016 is a seven piece set featuring some shades from their last year's fall and Halloween collections, revamped with updated formulas. Let's have a look! And please stay tuned until the end of the post for a special surprise!

First Frost is a warm grey crelly with red/copper duochrome shimmer. This applied nicely, it was a bit sheer on the first coat, which necessitated three layers. I'm in love with this, reminds me of sunset on a grey, cloudy day.
Potion Polish First Frost

Costume Party is a witchy black jelly with purple shimmer and a pinch of green-gold glitter. This is a returning shade from last year's Halloween quartet. Sure to be a hit again, this is very Halloween-esque. I also needed three coats for this guy for full coverage.
Potion Polish Costume Party

Pumpkin All The Things is a smoldering red-orange holographic with a sprinkle of gold holo glitter added. This guy practically applied itself, such a great formula. Two coats.
Potion Polish Pumpkin All The Things

Dark Magic is an ultra vampy midnight purple packed with delicate holographic flakes. A more opaque jelly, this one covered in just two coats. I love that we're seeing more polishes made with holo flakes, which I am head over heels for!
Potion Polish Dark Magic

Harvest Moon is a multichrome that shifts between red, copper, gold and olive green and is packed with gold holo microglitter. Another excellent formula, opaque in two coats.
Potion Polish Harvest Moon

I included an indirect light shot to show how dramatically this one shifts.
Potion Polish Harvest Moon

Poltergeist Heist is another returning shade from last year's Halloween set, a violet purple jelly with iridescent orange and purple glitter, scattered holo and a blue/red shifty shimmer. I used my bottle from last year for this swatch, but I am told the new formula is better and opaque in 2-3 coats. I used three here.
Potion Polish Poltergeist Heist

Marvelous Maple is a rich autumnal gold holographic with gold glitter and gold micro flakes. This was super close to being opaque in two but I layered on one more. Great, easy to use formula.
Potion Polish Marvelous Maple

These are available now on the Potion Polish website for $10.00-$11.50 each. What do you think about this sparkly fall collection?

As a special treat, I wanted to give away two new bottles of Costume Party and Poltergeist Heist, as these are the colors from this collection that I already had last year's versions of. Please enter to win by filling out the form below. Ages 18 and up only, US only (sorry international folks!), ends on Oct. 17th. Please read all the rules and regulations before entering.

Win Potion Polish Costume Party & Poltergeist Heist!
Happy Friday and good luck!

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.
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