For fall, SpaRitual has the Wilde Collection, which includes Spirit Child, Running with Wolves, Rhythm of Life, Instinct, Howl, and Sacred Ground, which is due to launch in September. In honor of BCA, there is also the In Pink Collection, which includes Strength, Knowledge, and Clarity–20% of proceeds will be donated to Cancer Schmancer.
For holiday, we’ll see the Twinkle Collection, which includes six shades: Solstice, Shooting Star, Blue Moon, Break of Dawn, Twilight, and Illumination.
For fall/winter, we’ll see Birds of a Feather, which consists of six shades: Seagurl (gunmetal grey shimmer), Nite Owl (neutral beige shimmer), Peachy Parrot (coral orange shimmer), Sweet Peacock (peacock blue shimmer), Lucky Duck (rich green creme), and Fowl Play (multi-dimensional purple sparkle). There is also a nail art kit called Flights of Fancy, which includes: Tweet Heart, Light as a Feather, Lovey Dovey, Rockin’ Robin, and Blue J.
Halloween includes three repromoted shades: Liquid Vinyl, Orange Punch, and Goth.
This holiday, we’ll see Holiday Soiree, which includes six shades: Androgynie, Ma Cherie, Oui, Au Champagne, Le Chateau, and Ingenue.
In November, we’ll see Mineral FX, which includes six shades as well: Rock Solid, Emberstone, Rock the World, Stone Cold, Rock-It, and Rococo A-Go-Go.
For the new year, there is Bling in the New Year, which is just repromotes of previous shades.
I spent some time with the lovely people who work on China Glaze, and they had a TON of goodies on display that we’ll be seeing over the next few months.
Just in time for Halloween, China Glaze has the Haunting Collection, which features Crimson, Haunting, It’s Alive, Near Dark, Ghoulish Glow (which glows-in-the-dark), and Black Mesh.
For the holidays, we’ll see a collection called Let It Snow. China Glaze has several polish sets that also include another goody (like a pair of finger-less gloves), but you can also purchase the shades individually. We’ll be seeing: Twinkle Lights (multi-colored glitter), Champagne Bubbles (gold), Holly-Day (dark green), Glittering Garland (green), Velvet Bow (ruby red), Winter Berry (red), Ring in the Red (glittery red), Poinsettia (red), Blue Year’s Eve (blue), Tinsel Town (silver glitter), Icicle (silver), and Snow Globe (multi-colored glitter). Also, in November, we’ll see six shades of glitter shades come out in Eye Candy, including such shades as Material Girl, Marry a Millionaire, Some Like It Haute.
Next spring, we’ll see Electropop Brights and Lights–together, they form a rainbow of creamy colors, though there is one glittery shade. The Brights Collection includes Techno, Aquadelic, Sunshine Pop, Gaga for Green, Make Some Noise, and Wicked Style. The Lights Collection includes Fuchsia Fanatic, Dance Baby, Electric Beat, Kinetic Candy, Sweet Hook, and Gothic Lolita.
Not for long if I wanted people to still visit Temptalia! I could last quite some time, I would say, if it was necessary to stop purchasing, but if it was just to test my will power, I doubt I would last all that long!
I wrote about my Shellac experience at Cosmoprof earlier this week, but I wanted to share with you more photos of other shades of Shellac that are available as well as better photos of what I had done! 🙂 I will provide an update with before/after photos after 14 days of wear. You can learn more about the technology and full color range at CND’s website.
On the pinky, I have Purple Purple; on the ring finger, I have Hotski to Tchotchke with Zillionaire layered over it (multifaceted flaky glitter); on the middle, I believe it is Rock Royalty with a coat of Iced Coral; on the index, it’s Hot Pop Pink with loose glitter put on over the color coat and sealed with two layers of top coat (totally smooth); and in the thumb, it’s Asphalt that’s been buffed to make it matte and dabs of the top coat for 3D polka dots.