Now that autumn is upon us, its time to talk about transitioning the colours in my nail polish collection. Its no longer bright colours or pastel shades, its all about those dark tones from purples to berry colours. One brand who are fantastic at doing this is All That Jazz, they have got me covered. I tried out their Carribean Collection back in June and was blown away at the formula so I was super excited to give The Designer Collection* a try.
All That Jazz Nail Polish – The Designer Collection
If you didn’t read my previous post about All That Jazz then they are a brand from the UK. The brand is created by the same people who created Gelish which is used by so many nail salons. They have so many shades available as well as collections. The collections contain 4 different shades fitting into a certain theme. They are used by so many celebrities out there and highly recommended by nail technicians.
All the shades from the Designer Collection* have been named after famous designers. The shades available in this collection are just stunning, such autumn-inspired colours.
40471 Vivienne – Named after Vivienne Westwood – A stunning purple with glitter reflects.
40472 Coco – Named after Coco Chanel – My favourite out of the 4. A burgundy red with a slight shimmer.
40473 Vera – Named after Vera Wang – That perfect cool toned nude shade.
40474 Betsey – Named after Betsey Johnson – A gorgeous silver shade with blue, green and red glitter particles mixed in.
I adore the shades in this collection as they are all super wearable. You can mix and match the colours as well. Maybe painting 4 nails with the burgundy shade and doing the ring finger silver. Or changing it so 4 are the nude shade with a silver ring finger. You have a fair amount of possibilities with just 4 shades. They have an incredible wear time and perfect
Have you tried All That Jazz nail polish before?