I love rock 'n' roll, so put another Essie nail polish in the jukebox, baby! Those are the lyrics, right? Well, they should be once you take a look and get your hands on Essie's Leggy Legend Fall 2015 collection.
I had the chance to attend the preview party of Essie's new 1970s rock 'n' roll-inspired shades, and can I just say that I have never been so excited to paint my nails? These colors are edgier than ever and just perfect for the season of renewal. Essie's formula is always on point, so with these polishes, all you'll need are one to two coats. Since we're always trying to remain ahead of the game when it comes to trends, I thought it'd be cool to share with you all the nail polishes you'll want to hunt this fall.
For those of you who aren't quite ready to turn in your bright shades, you'll love Color Binge. This nail polish is your ideal bright red with a coral undertone. It will definitely complement that summer glow you are still rocking.
In the Lobby
Just give me a dark plum color for the fall, and I'm a happy camper. In the Lobby tends tends to look like a deep cherry and/or burgundy in certain lights, but regardless, it is lovely for the season. I'd say with two coats you'll be feeling like royalty.
Bell Bottom Blues
When I saw this shade, I immediately thought of Taylor Swift. The teal glimmer on this navy creme polish is beautiful, and we know T-Swift is the queen of everything glimmer and sparkly. You only need one coat of Bell Bottom Blues to grab everyone's attention.
Frock 'N Roll
This shade is just everything. Frock N' Roll takes it a whole 'nother planet - it legit resembles the galaxy. It is a stunning grayish-taupe creme with shimmers. I am just straight up in love with it. One coat is just enough.
Oh my gold! This will most certainly be my go-to nail polish once the holidays start kicking in. The red shimmers are the cherry on top of this dazzling metallic shade. Two coats are all you'll need to feel like a bronze goddess.
With the Band
I see this shade as an everyday go-to this fall. Don't be fooled, this is not your classic burgundy. I was surprised to discover that it comes off as more of a brick red. It's still very easy on the eyes, and with two coats, it'll make you happy all season long.