As you've no doubt seen elsewhere, there are twelve colors in this collection (Bogie, Classic Camel, Emerald Fitzgerald, First Class Ticket, Foxy, Goin' My Way, Hey Doll, Ingrid, Jitterbug, Midnight Mission, Riveter Rouge, and Swing Baby). I bought a couple the first time I saw them, then a few more in a an e-tailer order, then another one because I had a coupon and was regretting not getting it, and so on. I've now got eight of the twelve and have so far managed to control my urge to complete the set.
Next, new Sally Hansen Insta-Dri limited edition colors for fall. As you can see from the price stickers plastered all over, I spotted these at Rite Aid.
I haven't gotten any of these yet, since I'm hoping to find them on sale somewhere soon. Metallic Momentum looks the most interesting to me. I'm a bit surprised there's no green or blue in this grouping, popular as those two colors seem to be right now.
Also spotted at Rite Aid (though not price stickered as aggressively as the Sally Hansens): L'Oreal The Color of Hope collection, which includes four nail polishes. There's Delicate Dusk, Sovereign Silver, Color of Hope, and Imperial Plum. Sovereign Silver is a shimmer; the other three are cremes. I didn't buy any of these, either, and I'm not sure I will, since they seem dupe-y to things I already have (though I might decided to get them just to make sure and let you all know what I find).
Right next to Vintage Vixen at Ulta was this small Orly Halloween display. No new shades here (Liquid Vinyl, Orange Punch, and Goth), but I thought it was cute (and they didn't change the names to try and fool me into thinking these were not re-promotes).
On the shelf below the Orly was a CHI display I hadn't seen before, for the New York City collection.
I don't know if Ferry to Lady Liberty was so fabulous that it sold out immediately or what; I'll be looking out for that one at my other Ulta, since I do like greys and assume that's what it is based on the color below its empty space. Subway to Wall Street also looks interesting to me. My Cornerstone in Manhattan also attracted my attention; I'm pretty sure I don't have anything that color, and I'm pretty sure that's because it'd be on the ugly side of fugly with my skintone, but I might try it anyway. The others don't excite me.
Let's move on to our last stop, Meijer, where I spotted the Revlon Suede Rhapsody display. It doesn't say "holiday" anywhere on here, but all the red and green and white sure looks like Christmas to me. There are four polishes here, all matte suede finish: Fire Fox, Ruby Ribbon, Emerald City, and Powder Puff. I got the last two to try out.
Finally, tucked away on a bottom shelf near the outer wall of the Meijer, I found the Studio M fall display. Unlike last year, when the all the fall shades were labeled "Fall Promo Shade", these have names.
Since Studio M is made by the same parent company as Color Club, it's always fun to play "spot the dupe". I don't have all that many Color Clubs, so I'm not very good at the game. Is Get the Blues the same as Gossip Column from Rebel Debutanate? No idea. I'll be swatching this collection soon and maybe you all can tell me which Color Clubs might be dupes.
See anything you like in these displays?