This October Square hue gives us the Moto collection somewhere better what seems like a leather filled fall and an orange Halloween is the Moto’s collection. My box arrived promptly and well packed about 4 days after it departed the Miami shop.
The company did do something different. On this month’s card they listed the names and texture of each polish. nice Improvement
This month’s color are Iron Horse, Desert Grit, and Oil Slick.
Lets meet the new arrivals, shall we?
Iron Horse is just as the name sounds: dark! I am not sure what I was expecting, but this creme polish went on a bit runny. Like many of their cremes I had a hard time getting decent coverage. The second and third coats did much better to really bring out the richness of this color. The high gloss won’t let me call this a black, but is deep like something I haven’t worn before. It was way to hard to get this off so I may not be wearing it again.
Desert Girt reminds me less of the desert and more of a sandbox. There is serious texture to this polish. You can feel it when you polish your nails, when you touch your nails and when trying to remove it. Despite it being a textured polish is does remove easy, yet acetone is needed. The orange is warm and inviting. Perfect for fall. While I don’t normally go for textured polishes this is worth having on hand.( get it because I clearly can’t paint in the lines and it is all over my hand)
Finally the Moto collection give a gorgeous duo chrome, Oil Slick. This polish packs a punch with a reflective, but have enough green/blue, purple-ish undertones to really capture that look you see in puddles on a summer day- merely, but shiny. This polish behaves differently in the light and the below pictures are no exception; one picture is without flash and the other has flash, respectively. This is my favorite of the collection.