This is a very fall-appropriate burnt orange with a fairly pigmented formulation. The polish is very nice and smooth but after two coats there was still a bit of patchiness. However, it wasn't patchy enough that I felt the need for a third coat.
|Brick Knit, two coats with no top coat.|
A gorgeous grey-blue, Denim Patch is a very pigmented cream. The formulation is super pigmented but the polish is a tad too thick. It dries within seconds so it was hard to smooth it out. A top coat would be a must with this one.
|Denim Patch, two coats with CND Vinylux Weekley Top Coat.|
This is a very beautiful deep oxblood red. Unfortunately, the formulation is a bit sheer, especially for such a dark shade. I used three coats for an opaque coverage.
|Oxblood, three coats with no top coat.|
One of my favorites from this collection, Hand Fired is a shimmery coppery red scattered with red and golden sparkles. The formulation is decently pigmented and two coats gave a nice coverage.
|Hand Fired, two coats with no top coat.|
Another favorite of mine from this collection, Fern Flannel is an absolutely breathtaking dark blue shimmer. The color is very unique and the formulation is very rich and pigmented.
|Fern Flannel, two coats with no top coat.|
A rich brass gold shimmer, Brass Button is pigmented and easy-to-apply. I used two coats for the swatches below.
|Brass Button, two coats with no top coat.|
A warm copper-brown, Leather Satchel has a slightly more metallic finish. The formulation is a bit sheer so I had to use three coats for a completely opaque coverage.
|Leather Satchel, three coats with no top coat.|
This is a gorgeous purple/lavender duo-chrome shimmer. The formulation is a bit sheer so I needed three coats for a mostly opaque coverage.
|Patina Buckle, three coats with no top coat.|
CND is available at Trade Secrets, Chatters, and select salons. For all store locations click here. The Fall 2016 Craft Culture Collection launches July 2016.