Bliss Polish - Autumn Days Trio

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Hiya guys! I'm finally feeling a bit better and even went back to work. That might not seem thrilling, but after a week in bed it's as close to a party as I'm going to get. Besides I have to earn that polish money somehow, #feedtheaddiction. Speaking of which, I'm being a total enabler today as I share swatches for the Autumn Days Trio by Bliss Polish. These are three shades full of micro-glitters to give you full sparkling finishes. Let's get to the swatches!

Bliss Polish - Autumn Days Trio

The Autumn Days Trio by Bliss Polish will be debuting at the Indie Event and the Bliss shop on Saturday, Nov 5th at sale price $25 for the trio or $9 each. Starting on Sunday, Nov 6th the trio will retail at its normal price of $27 for the full trio or $10 each.

Bliss Polish - Pumpkin Patch
Bliss Polish - Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkin Patch can be described as a orange packed with holo micro-glitters and accented with slightly bigger orange glitters. The glitters in this do so well to compliment the overall choice in color. I feel like it brings out so much more depth and dimension from the shade, it's so gorgeous! The formula has a fantastic application, with the first coat being on the sheer side. The build-up has a smooth consistency and easily allows for full coverage. It does end up drying to a textured finish, but can be smoothed down with a thick layer of topcoat. Shown in two coats and sealed with a glossy topcoat.

Bliss Polish - Pumpkin Patch
Bliss Polish - Pumpkin Patch

Bliss Polish - Falling Leaves
Bliss Polish - Falling Leaves

Falling Leaves can be described as a medium toned green packed with holo micro-glitters and accented with slightly bigger emerald glitter. From the trio this ended up being favorite, and trust me no one is more surprised at that than I am. I hardly ever fall in love with greens, but this one is so rich and luxurious. It's impossible not to love it. The formula has a smooth application with a sheer consistency. It easily builds up for a full finish without the need to dab. It does dry down to a texture finish and will need a thick layer of topcoat to smooth down. Shown in two coats and sealed with a glossy topcoat.

Bliss Polish - Falling Leaves
Bliss Polish - Falling Leaves

Bliss Polish - Harvest Festival
Bliss Polish - Harvest Festival

Harvest Festival can be described as a dark berry, accented with bright red glitters. And what's Fall without a berry-licious shade like this that borders on the vamp side! The formula and consistency are similar in application to the other two shades in this trio. Very smooth and has a great build-up on the glitters to give you full coverage in minimal layers. Like the others, this dries highly textured on its own and will need a thick layer of topcoat to smooth down. Shown in two coats and sealed with a glossy topcoat.

Bliss Polish - Harvest Festival
Bliss Polish - Harvest Festival

Overall I have to say I'm in love with these for multiple reasons. Obviously these are so stunning, the hues are perfect for this season and thereafter! But I also love these because of their natural textured finishes and their versatility. Although it's hard to pick a favorite, I have to give the must-have stamp of approval to Falling Leaves. But what do you guys think, which one is your favorite?

To recap, Autumn Days Trio by Bliss Polish will be debuting at the Indie Event and the Bliss shop on Saturday, Nov 5th at sale price $25 for the trio or $9 each. Starting on Sunday, Nov 6th the trio will retail at its normal price of $27 for the full trio or $10 each.

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