Friday, September 13, 2013

Seche Clever and Confident Collection Swatch & Review

Hi everyone!  Today I have the Clever & Confident Collection from Seche for you today!  I was super excited about this collection, since I'm such a huge Seche Vite lover!



Happy, As Is


Happy, As Is is a bold raspberry creme.  The formula was smooth and very easy to apply.  I am crazy about this shade!  It's such a gorgeous color!
Shown is two coats of Happy, As Is.



Wonderfully Witty


Wonderfully Witty is a deep navy creme.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  This is such a fantastic bold blue with a great nautical feel to it!
Shown is two coats of Wonderfully Witty.



Versatile 


Versatile is a muted teal creme.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  This was definitely a fast favorite for me!  I love the muted tone to it, so it isn't overly bright.
Shown is two coats of Versatile.



Intuition


Intuition is a deep berry creme with a subtle shimmer.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  This is a great holiday shade!  The slight shimmer really gives it a pop.
Shown is two coats of Intuition.



Clever & Confident


Clever & Confident is a deep plum creme.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  I adore this rich purple!  It's so bold and daring!!
Shown is two coats of Clever & Confident.



Silly But Sensible


Silly But Sensible is a burnt orange creme.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  I really like this one a lot too!  It has a great pumpkin feel to it.
Shown is two coats of Silly But Sensible.


Overall, I really love this entire collection.  These are definitely the perfect shades for fall!  I did not use a top coat on any of these, because they're all so shiny on their own, and they dry just as quickly as Seche Vite!
I hope you enjoyed!  Happy Painting!




*Products provided for the purpose of an honest review*

5 comments:

  1. Gorgeous colors and lovely swatches! I wonder if Seche topcoat causes tip shrinkage on these?? lool.

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  2. I love all these colours! Great that they dry quickly and are so glossy without topcoat - do you think they'll have same shrinkage issues as Seche topcoat?

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  3. They all look very saturated - gorgeous for fall! I am wondering how they would work for stamping.

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