We beauty devotees adjust to the seasons whenever the time comes—it's one of the joys of our industry, and it allows for that much-needed spice of life, variety. And as beauty insiders who keep our fingers on the pulse of current trends, we love our tonal shifts. Summer means bright, hot, neon, POW! And winter? Deep, cool, neutral, jewel tones and an overall sense of luxury. Seche's winter collection of polishes takes its cues from this luxe tradition, conveying the title "Warm and Cozy" with chestnuts-roasting, sweater-wearing, latté-loving flair.
few coats, though you only need one.
Sincerity is a creamy greige, a tasteful taupe-y nude that reminds me of cashmere! So decadent.
Up Close & Personal is an oxblood red créme, a shade that's so ubiquitous this season it might be THE shade of fall/winter 2013-14. A must for any collection.
Enchantment is a smooth raisin créme, a dark purple reminiscent of grape juice.
And last, Uplifting is a burgundy with a metallic finish. The blend of purple and gold hues gives off a really luxurious feel.
I decided to coat each of my nails with one shade, so I could experience them all fully. The effect was truly harmonious—the colors feed off each other and give off a collective sense of wintry decadence. I topped each nail off with Seche Vite top coat, et voila!