Below: Burke is a sienna red creme that is a slightly toned-down classic red shade. We live in an area with a lot of farms out in the country, and for some reason this reminded me of the color of a slightly faded red barn. That's kind of an odd comparison, but that's what I thought of!
Below: Stacy is described by Zoya as a mahogany red cream. I'll take that description and add to it by also calling it a vampy, rich, delicious, ultra-shiny, deep burgundy with purple under tones and a near jelly-like finish. But for the sake of limited space on a press release, I guess you could call it a mahogany red cream!
Below: Kelly is a darker stormy grey creme that has deep lavender and slate blue tones to it. This is an unusual shade of grey, and unusual is a very good thing in this case. You can see the various ribbons of color in the bottle.
The Wonderful Collection has a nice assortment of colors for Fall, and the application on all of these was excellent. I opted to go with three coats on Stacy because I had a bit of streaking that the second coat didn't quite cover. I generally prefer using two coats whenever possible, but the third coat added a much deeper dimension to this particular shade. I don't mind going with an extra coat one bit if it's going to turn out looking that nice!
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