Jessica Cosmetics has a new fall line called Meet For Drinks? which inspired by cocktails. Why not?! This 6-piece collection has 5 cremes and one metallic. Yes, it might be December and I am sharing a fall collection, but these are transitional colors. I never stick entirely to seasonal colors but really fall and winter overlap quite a bit. Let’s check these out.
Jessica Cosmetics Moose Milk: 3 coats plus top coat. I knew this would be my immediate favorite. I just love white polish. This is like a milky vanilla cream color. It is so gorgeous and I have worn it twice. I want it to be my next pedicure! Love it. By the way, moose milk is a real drink and it’s basically vanilla ice cream with every alcohol ever. I have never heard of this and I must try it.
Jessica Cosmetics Pink Squirrel: 3 coats plus top coat. I have no idea what a pink squirrel is lol. I googled it and it looks like an alcoholic strawberry milkshake LOL so this color is spot on. This is a bright and pastel pink creme and I am not sure this is a fall color, but hey, not everyone plans into color conventions! It needed a third coat for some balding.
Jessica Cosmetics Me, U, & Hennessy: 2 coats plus top coat. I don’t know what it is about rich creamy browns, but this chocolatey color is gorgeous. I used it for nail art and stamping and it is so versatile!
Jessica Cosmetics Kranberry Kiss: 2 coats plus top coat. This polish had some light staining around the cuticles upon removal so be careful. This is a rich berry eggplant color. It is a bright purple, with red undertones.
Jessica Cosmetics Adios MF!: 2 coats plus top coat. This one had some staining so wear some base coat! It is such a rich dark teal creme. Goes on nicely! Just a nice and rich winter color.
Jessica Cosmetics Moscow Mule: 3 coats plus top coat. If you are wondering how this compares to the Phenom line Caramel Drizzles, this actually has more brushstrokes because it is more metallic. This one is a lighter gold where as the Caramel Drizzles has more copper.
This collection is available now and retails for $10 each. Seriously, don’t skip on Moose Milk which I have now worn literally 5 times.
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