Gelish Get Color-Fall Collection (2014 Fall Gelish Colors)
I have swatches of the new Gelish Get Color-Fall Collection for you! These Gelish MINI polishes can be purchased at Sally Beauty Supply. The six colors in this collection are inspired by the brilliant colors of nature in the fall. Each of my swatches demonstrates three coats of color. The formula of these polishes was great and very easy to apply. Keep in mind though that I am using the MINIs, so the full size versions could be slightly different. So let’s get to the colors…
Gelish Do I Look Buff
Do I Look Buff is a neutral cream. It has a very slight shimmer to it that’s hardly noticeable in pictures. I think this is my perfect nude! It falls right in between Need A Tan and Skinny Vanilla Latte on the color scale. This color does fade (darken) slightly over time.
Gelish Berry Buttoned Up
Berry Buttoned Up is a lush, shimmery purple! I’m in love with this shade. It’s totally unique to the Gelish line, but is similar to CND Shellac Tango Passion and ibd Indian Sari. In my opinion, this one is the best of the three. It has the best coverage and the most shimmery finish.
Gelish Clean Slate
UPDATED on 8/11/14: I received a new bottle of Clean Slate and it is an opaque medium grey as seen in the picture below. Please ignore my previous photos of the sheer grey polish as that is not the correct color.
Gelish Rake in the Green
Rake in the Green is a dark grey/green cream. This color is similar to Gelish I’m No Stranger to Love, but this is a little lighter and has more grey. This is a great dark shade for fall and winter.
Gelish Whose Cider Are You On?
Whose Cider Are You On is a gorgeous shimmery brown! This is another unique color. This shade is much darker and much more rich and shimmer than Gelish Sweet Chocolate. I think this will be a very popular color this fall. Love!
Gelish Hello, Merlot!
Hello, Merlot! is a rich, berry cream. I have a lot of shades of red, but this one is a little different from all the rest. It has a slight pink-ish tone to it that makes it more of a berry color than a pure red. I typically shy away from reds, but I really like this.