KBShimmer Spring 2015 (Partial) Collection Photos, Swatches, and Review


I cannot believe that we will be saying goodbye to Winter soon. My hands and lips are thankful for this because they take quite a beating from the chilly, blistery air. KBShimmer sure knows how to cheer a girl up with bright and pastel shades. I am IN LOVE with this gorgeous collection and have 7 beautiful polishes to share with all of you!

Say goodbye to winter’s dark hues, embrace sunny skies and open toe shoes with KBShimmer’s Spring 2015 collection!
KBShimmer announces its Spring 2015 collection! The line of 12 new seasonal & holiday inspired polishes and nail vinyl will launch  February 6, 2015 and retail individually for $8.75 (polish) and $5 (vinyl). “There’s nothing better than the first signs of Spring and all the joy that it brings! Our Spring 2015 collection is inspired by sun-kissed days and lush gardens blooming, the Easter season, and Pantone’s 2015 Spring color, Aquamarine,” says KBShimmer owner Christy Rose. “What better way to celebrate that Spring has sprung then with creamy pastels, metallic glitters, and a touch of sparkle and shine?”




L-R: Funky Cold Patina, Sweet Egg-scape, and To Peach His Own


L-R: Blue-d Lines, Ins and Sprouts, Blush Money, and Thistle Be the Day

Again, aren’t the names JUST so precious!? I just love finding out the names to each polish in every collection Christy Rose creates. So, of course, this was quite a kick for me!

Starting off with the glitter crellies:

Funky Cold Patina, described as, “Like a long forgotten ancient copper statue turned blue green in color, this polish features a cool turquoise green base, with pops of metallic copper, blue and purple,” is just a sight to behold! This shade of turquoise is just perfection!! Three coats shown:


Sweet Egg-Scape, described as, “A pale, bubblegum pink polish. Glitters like, pastel aqua star glitters, coral triangles, lavender dots, red squares and sliver holo hexes swim among the pink base like a decorated Easter egg,” is such a beautiful blush pink with lots of fun glitters and gorgeous sparkles! Three coats shown here:


To Peach His Own, described as, ” This pale peach polish shines with holographic glitters in lime green, gold, violet and magenta,” is such a perfect shade for those wanting a neutral manicure but the fun of the glitter! Three coats shown here:


Moving on to my favorites of the collection, the HOLOS! Two coats for these.

Blue-d Lines, described as, “Pale blue in color, this cool toned polish shines with linear holographic sparkle,” is the most gorgeous baby blue I’ve ever seen! The name also gave me a good chuckle!



Ins and Sprouts, described as, ” Like a new bud popping through the soil, this pale green citron colored polish is alive with linear holographic shine,” is the most beautiful soft chartreuse holo I’ve ever seen! This one really made me ooh and aah when I removed it from the box. I love greens, so this one really made me sigh.



Blush Money is a gorgeous pink, described as, “Based on the 2015 Pantone Color, Strawberry Ice, this peachy-rose colored polish shows off gold shimmer indoors and a linear holographic rainbow shines while outside.” Such a beautiful pink and I adore the soft, subtle holo.



Thistle Be the Day, described as, “A pale pinkish purple that shines in the sun with a linear holographic rainbow,” was another name that made me smile. This beautiful lavender is just angelic! So buttery and beautiful. Definitely one to make one sigh.



As always, KBShimmer’s nail polish has one of the best formulas out there! So buttery rich and smooth, it practically polishes itself. Her holos never cease to amaze me, and I could go on and on.


Which ones do you like? I’m just in LOVE with all of these. SO perfect!

The KBShimmer spring 2015 collection will be available February 6, 2015 at KBShimmer.com, Amazon.com and at select salons & retailers. For sales outside the U.S., visit www.harlowandco.org.

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Press sample. All opinions are honest and my own.


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