Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Morgan Taylor Thrill of the Chill Winter Collection, Swatches and Review

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Winter is in full swing, but I am not cut out for these negative wind chills. This is not normal NY weather! On the other hand, I am totally digging this winter collection from Morgan Taylor. These are the cremes I want and miss from them!  I'm also loving the in between holiday and spring collection. Usually, most companies have a lull, so I'm excited to see a new collection, and a great one at that! I previewed this collection in some nail art last month, and you can check that out HERE.

Morgan Taylor Thrill of the Chill Winter Collection, Swatches and Review


First impression was that these were okay. This is why swatches are so important. Once trying these on and wearing them, I love them! Don't judge a polish by its bottle, LOL.

Angling for a Kiss: 2 coats. I might as well start with my favorite, which totally and completely surprised me. If you have been reading my blog, you know I'm not a huge red fan. Something about this shade of red just GETS me. I immediately put this on my toes once I received the collection, and I loveeeee it. I actually RE-put it on my toes haha.

Morgan Taylor Angling for a Kiss

Morgan Taylor Angling for a Kiss

Ice Cold Gold: I'm going to show you one coat of this shimmery gold top coat over each color. I do prefer it over lighter colors, but I don't hate this!

Morgan Taylor Angling for a Kiss with Ice Cold Gold

Caviar On Ice: 2 coats. This was another favorite of mine! It's a taupey grey with an undertone of dusty purple. It goes on so smooth, like butter. I adore colors like these, and can never have enough of them!

Morgan Taylor Caviar on Ice

Morgan Taylor Caviar on Ice

This combination is actually really nice. It's my second favorite after My Main Freeze.

Morgan Taylor Caviar on Ice

My Main Freeze: 3 coats. This is actually pretty opaque in two coats, I just applied it weird. This one also stamps!! YESSSS. It's an off white with just enough yellow undertones so that it's not too chalky. Loooove it! I can never have enough colors like this either. 

Morgan Taylor My Main Freeze

Morgan Taylor My Main Freeze

See how Ice Cold Gold really works with lighter colors? It's definitely my favorite of the combinations.

Morgan Taylor My Main Freeze with Ice Cold Gold

Let's Kiss and Warm Up: 2 coats. A deep plum creme. This is one of the more unoriginal colors. It's not very unique, but it has a great formula and it stamps. I do love when polishes have more than one job!

Morgan Taylor Let's Kiss and Warm Up

Morgan Taylor Let's Kiss and Warm Up

Morgan Taylor Let's Kiss and Warm Up with Ice Cold Gold

Don't Let the Frost Bite!: 2 coats. This is a blurple, but more purple leaning creme. Another one with great formula, that I end up reaching for a lot since it is basically a one coater. You'll see my post on it this Friday. It was also my base for my Welcome to 2018 art!

Morgan Taylor Don't Let the Frost Bite!

Morgan Taylor Don't Let the Frost Bite!

Morgan Taylor Don't Let the Frost Bite! with Ice Cold Gold

See what I mean about not judging a book by its cover, or a nail polish by its bottle? I really love Angling for a Kiss, Caviar on Ice, My Main Freeze, and Don't Let the Frost Bite. That's 4/6 colors! And all five cremes stamp really well, which I'll post soon (maybe tomorrow!).

This collection is available now! There are a few cute gift sets and each color individually retails for $9. Ulta gets many of their gift sets. It doesn't seem like they have this collection yet, but I'm sure they will. And they currently have the Little Miss Nutcracker colors on sale!

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20 comments:

  1. Of course Don't Let the Frost Bite is my favourite!

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    1. It’s an awesome back for flakes and powders. And it stamps!

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    1. It’s a polish I would wear on its own, so that says a lot!

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    1. I love the crepes. They are so wonderful

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  4. Caviar on Ice reminds me of warm melted chocolate ♡

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    1. You’re so spot on. That one might be my absolute favorite of the collection.

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  5. Ooohhh I agree, Ice Cold Gold over the white is absolutely stunning! The other shades are all beautiful on their own but that combo is magnificent :D

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    1. It’s definitely a top coat for lighter colors, imo. It looks like jewelry over my main freeze!

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  6. Oh, I really like Caviar On Ice and Don't Let the Frost Bite! And I hear you on the whole negative wind chills in New York! It's been freezing!

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    1. Caviar on Ice is amazingggggg. I’m wearing it now. And I’m so glad it’s warming up. 37 is like “hot” now lol

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  7. The colors are only so so for me but I'm intrigued by the fact that they stamp. Can't wait to see what you came up with.

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    1. Yes they are stamp! I posted the look yesterday and am still wearing it. I love polishes that are double duty.

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    1. It’s just so awesome! I just keep reapplying it on my toes!

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  9. I agree, you really can't tell with cremes until you try them! But nothing is better than a really fantastic creme.

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    1. These are wonderful! It’s hard to see how amazing they are in the bottle

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  10. I dont much like that gold topper, but that brown is really interesting

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  11. I concur, you truly can't tell with cremes until the point when you attempt them! In any case, nothing is superior to an extremely fabulous creme.

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