Hiya guys! It's no secret that my favorite holiday is Halloween. Scary movies, haunted houses, and a butt-load of candy. Sign me up all year round as far as I'm concerned. I look forward to this time of year like nothing else especially when it comes to the new polish releases. I've been anxiously waiting to see what my favorite indies will be releasing and today I have the first Halloween release I'll be covering on my blog. That's right, today I'm sharing swatches for the seven-piece collection titled Holo-Ween Night by Tux Polish.
The Holo-Ween Night Collection by Tux Polish is now available for purchase. There are so many shopping options for this collection as well. The cremes are split into a trio set and the glitters are divided into another trio set. All the polishes can be purchased in both full size and minis. And finally, all the polishes you see here can be purchased as a whole too.
Tux Polish - Poltergeist
Poltergeist can be described as a shimmery white creme. Or shall I call it a ghostly white, baha! Okay, lame jokes aside this ends up being a great base for nail art! The formula is a bit patchy and streaky on the first coat. Unfortunately it doesn't self-level until at least the third coat. It dries naturally to a semi-satin finish, so I ended up deciding on adding a matte coat over it. Shown here in three coats and sealed with a matte topcoat.
Tux Polish - Candy Corn
Candy Corn can be described as a bright yellow creme. I was not expecting to love this yellow and I am honestly head over heels for it. It's a very smooth creme and it watermables beautifully. Formula was a little thin, but manageable as long as the brush isn't overloaded. Shown here is two coats with a glossy topcoat.
Tux Polish - Jack O' Lantern
Jack O' Lantern can be described as a neon orange creme. And of course I know what you must be wondering and no, there is no white base needed for this polish! My photos really don't do this polish any justice because it's so much brighter in person. I definitely recommend this beauty if you don't have a solid orange in your collection. Great formula and consistency throughout, the best of the three cremes. Shown here is two coats with a glossy topcoat.
Tux Polish - Pumpkin Witch Fairy
Pumpkin Witch Fairy can be described as a white crelly filled with holo, neon, and triangle glitters throughout. This is screaming Halloween, isn't it?! Love the combination of all the different glitter shapes and colors. I was expecting the ample glitter to cause a little thickness, but the formula was a very balanced consistency. No need to fish for glitters either. In fact I found myself having to put glitters back as to not overload my nail. Shown here is two coats sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Tux Polish - Wicked Witch of the Westside
Wicked Witch of the Westside is a clear glitter topper filled with green, black, and white glitters including holographic and shards. Here I decided to pair the topper with the white base Poltergeist. This is such a crazy jam-packed glitter. I really like the combination, super unique and interesting. Good consistency and suspension in the base, the glitters spread easily across the nail. Each brush stroke has ample glitter, so you'll do well not to overload the brush. Shown here is two coats sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Tux Polish - Holo-Ween Night
Holo-Ween Night is a clear glitter topper filled with micro holo glitter and orange and black shredded glitters as well. For my swatches, I decided to pair this topper over the creme Candy Corn. Definitely another great Halloween mix in this polish, especially over the yellow. The consistency of the formula spreads the glitters out really well. There is no clumping or need to fish for any glitters. Shown here is two coats sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Tux Polish - Vampire Punch
Vampire Punch can be described as a red holographic polish. It's actually been almost a week since I swatched this and I am still wearing it with minimal tip wear. This is definitely one I have to say is a must-have for any season. I love the luxurious shade and the holo is not shy at all. Formula is very opaque and smooth on the first coat, super easy application. Shown here is two thin coats sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Overall I love this collection and the variety that each polish brings. It's always nice to see collections like this that take into account everyone's taste in polish. My top recommendation without a doubt is Vampire Punch, it's a must-have no matter the season or holiday! But tell me guys, which one is your favorite?