Swatches | “Falling Leaves” Collection from Shinespark Polish

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The Falling Leaves collection, from L to R: Harvest, Pumpkin Spice, Hot Cocoa, Evergreen, Autumn Sky
The Falling Leaves collection, from L to R: Harvest, Pumpkin Spice, Hot Cocoa, Evergreen, Autumn Sky

Hey guys! Today I have swatches and reviews from the Falling Leaves collection from Shinespark Polish. This is a set of 5 fall colored linear holo polishes and they retail for $3.75 for the 5 mL mini size or $8 for the full 15 mL. I have the mini set today that I’ll be sharing with you!

First up is Harvest, it’s described as a “Harvest gold with a twist of strong linear holo!” This reminds me of the dark mustard yellow that was insanely hot a few years ago, and I still love it! It’s one of those pretty ugly colors that is perfect for Fall. The formula is impeccable, 2 easy coats plus HK Girl to keep it from dulling and you are good to go!

Harvest in direct sunlight
Harvest in direct sunlight
Harvest in natural indirect lighting
Harvest in natural indirect lighting
Harvest macro taken with flash
Harvest macro taken with flash

Next up is Pumpkin Spice and this polish is described as “A beautiful deep, warm orange linear holo the color of pumpkin pie!” and it is very true to it’s name! It is the perfect shade of pumpkin pie filling, but with all the awesomeness of the linear holographic glitter on top! This one was a little on the sheer side and took 3 coats for full opacity but it was 3 easy coats. The formula was still buttery smooth and fast drying so application is a breeze.

Pumpkin Spice in direct sunlight
Pumpkin Spice in direct sunlight
Pumpkin Spice in natural indirect light
Pumpkin Spice in natural indirect light
Pumpkin Spice macro taken with flash
Pumpkin Spice macro taken with flash

Next up is Hot Cocoa and this polish is described as “A warm, rich brown linear holo that is very much reminiscent of hot cocoa!” This is a very warm toned, flattering brown! Same great, easy formula and this color was a nice 2 coater.

Hot Cocoa in direct sunlight
Hot Cocoa in direct sunlight
Hot Cocoa in natural indirect light
Hot Cocoa in natural indirect light
Hot Cocoa macro taken with flash
Hot Cocoa macro taken with flash

Next up is Evergreen, the green of the collection and it is described as “The name says it all, a rich pine green with strong linear holo!” Evergreen is such a dusky perfect green for fall. One of my favorites, it has an easy 2 coat formula and the linear holographic shines beautifully in it!

Evergreen in direct sunlight
Evergreen in direct sunlight
Evergreen in natural indirect light
Evergreen in natural indirect light
Evergreen macro taken with flash
Evergreen macro taken with flash

Lastly we have the blue of the collection, Autumn Sky. It is described as “A gorgeous deep blue linear holo very much like the evening autumn sky!” Y’all, this polish is just gorgeous! Autumn Sky has the strongest of the linear holo of the 5 for me and it feels like it is almost on the edge of being a denim color. It reminds me of denim jackets and I love it! This one was also the sheerest of the bunch and took 3 coats to be opaque but the formula was incredibly easy to work with and fast drying. A definite winner in my book!

Autumn Sky in direct sunlight
Autumn Sky in direct sunlight
Autumn Sky in natural indirect light
Autumn Sky in natural indirect light
Autumn Sky macro taken with flash
Autumn Sky macro taken with flash

All in all this is a fantastic collection! I feel like you may not need all of the warmer golden/brown colors if that isn’t one of your go to colors however, with that being said, I absolutely love all 5 and I’m so happy to have them in my collection! I will try to do some nail art with these ASAP (hello gradients, amiright?!) and I’ll have more swatches coming very very soon! Thanks so much for reading along!

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