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1850 Artisan Polish California Fall Collection

Now that the summer sun has said goodbye, it’s time to pull out your favorite fall colors! 1850 Artisan Polish is releasing a new collection of fall colors inspired by fall in California that you’ll want to add to your collection. These polishes will release on October 12th at 3:00 PM Pacific.


First up is “Chaparral”, a fiery multichrome that shifts from gold to pink to red to orange and has pink to gold aurora shimmer.


Chaparral is named for the unique ecosystem in California that depends on fire to help stimulate seed growth and renewal.

This shade is absolutely beautiful outdoors in direct sunlight!


Next up is “Joshua Tree”, a dusty olive green with gold to green shifting shimmer.


Joshua Tree is inspired by the Joshua Tree plants found in the desert.


Here’s a shot of Joshua Tree outdoors under direct sunlight.


“Muir Woods” is a sultry mahogany with a slight shimmer.


This shade was inspired by the Sequoia Redwood trees that grow in the Muir Woods.


Muir Woods is a beautiful burgundy outdoors under direct sunlight.


“Angels Camp” has a shimmering bronze base with multichrome flakes that shift from green to gold to orange to fuchsia.


This shade is named after the small mining town that thrived during California’s gold rush.


This shade is stunning outdoors under direct sunlight!


In indirect light, you can really see all of the flakies.


Finally, we have the final shade in this collection, a beautiful thermal! “Senescence” transitions from a gold to deep forest green and has golden holographic glitters and gold microflakies.


Senescence is the scientific word that describes the aging and deterioration of leaves that turn them into the beautiful fall colors we all love!


Here is Senescence in the cold state: a dark forest green. The gold microflakies stand out beautifully in this state.


Here is Senescence in the worm state: a beautiful gold.


This shade has a beautiful glow outdoors under direct sunlight.


In indirect light, you can see the small golden flecks stand out.


The polishes shown in this post were sent to me for free in exchange for swatching and my honest review. Thank you so much for reading! If you’d like to keep up with my blog, take a peek at the right-hand sidebar where you can follow with your email address or WordPress account. You can also find me and my swatches on Instagram @rachelaughsnails.

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