It's the perfect season to share these yummy drink inspired polishes from the Cafe Au Lait collection by Anne Kathleen Nail Polish!
Mocha is a dark brown creme with mint green holo flecks. Mmm!
This was a surprise favorite for me! Application was pretty good, and cuticle clean up was easy which is a plus. I love the green holo fleck - it really adds something different! I tried to capture the flash of rainbowy green for you. Dry time was quick and the holo was not muted by the use of a topcoat.
Ti was inspired by those iced creamy green smoothie drinks you see at tea houses!
Ti is a green creme with a very subtle shimmer. I love how smooth and creamy cremes tend to apply - this one was not an exception! I think this would be a great color to use in a christmas mani as well. I used two coats and a layer of poshe topcoat for this manicure.
Chai reminds me of bubble tea, that lovely drink with the tapioca balls that has become very popular in the past few years.
I used to get a Chai bubble tea every single day after class... memories! With dark brown metallic hex floating in a warm reddish brown base, this definetely can be considered a crelly! This polish works well with the dab and stroke technique, ensuring proper distribution of the glitters. I used two generous layers and a layer of Carpe Noctem Cosmetics "Glitterslayer" to make sure it lay smoothly for pics. So pretty!
Last but definitely not least - Cinnamon, a beautiful sheer white polish with light gold flakes and cinnamon colored glitter.
This is my absolute favorite. So light and delicate, with a lot of personality to boot! The gold flakes are perfectly balanced with the gold glitter, and three coats of it makes an opaque enough finish that I didnt feel it needed undies. The polish dried quickly and smoothly, and cleanup was beyond easy. While I did not use a matte topcoat on it, I think it would look fantastic mattified. If you only buy one polish from this collection, I would highly suggest Cinnamon.
Want to grab any of these pretties for yourself? You know the drill!
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