These six shades are transitional - three are warm browns and three are rosy neutral shades. Let's take a look.
These are all full-coverage creams. Photos are with two coats.
Spencer is a rich camel cream. It's perfect for a stand-alone neutral look, or as a warm base for nail art. I can completely envision this with a rich caramel color sweater and boots. Although it is still a little warm to think about sweaters and boots.
Chanelle is a toasted almond cream. The shade reminds me of a steaming cup of coffee with cream.
Emilia is a dark chocolate cream. You can almost taste the sweetness of the chocolate just by looking at it.
Marney is a deep warm plum cream. I love this shade. I think it looks like a raspberry chocolate, which is my favorite chocolate treat by the way.
Aubrey is a medium mauve cream. This is my favorite of the collection. It's subtle, yet rich and inviting.
Madeline is a full-coverage, muted rose cream. It's a gorgeous shade that will be perfect for early fall manicures.
Leopard print tipped nail art
Of course I had to try to create something with these rich warm shades.
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These polishes were provided to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own.