China Glaze Autumn Nights Fall 2013 Collection Preview

It’s still hot out, but fall is just around the corner. Soon it’ll be time for grape harvesting, apple cider and–who are we kidding, grape season is wine season! It’s time for some good adult fun at cocktail parties and masquerades. China Glaze Autumn Nights 2013 Collection captures the feel of a demure night out. Let’s take a look…

Autumn Nights 12 Display

This shimmery collection embodies the magic of a roaring twenties party. Full of burgundies and deep metals with a splash of blue, this party is going to be memorable. You’ll be wowed by the two sneaky cremes that decided to party crash.

Autumn Nights Strike Up A Cosmo

From left to right: Strike Up A Cosmo, Red-Y & Willing, Don’t Make Me Wine, Scandalous Shenanigans, Tongue & Chic, Goldie But Goodie.

We love the intense metallics of these shades. Every single one has character and spunk that can be the life of the party on its own. Together, they’re a breathtaking group.

Strike Up A Cosmo

The first party-goer is China Glaze Strike Up A Cosmo. This pretty rose-gold shimmer’s personality shines through right away. You’ll fall in love at first sight with this beauty.

Red-Y n Willing

Rarin’ to go is China Glaze Red-Y & Willing. This forward, shimmery burgundy is sweet and spicy. Wear this shade when you’re feeling like going places.

Dont Make Me Wine

Chilling at the drink table is China Glaze Don’t Make Me Wine. This violet-red shimmer is full of purple berries, tannins and a hint of leather. This is the operatic diva color of the collection.

Scandalous Shenanigans

The mischievous trickster at the party is China Glaze Scandalous Shenanigans. This luxurious cobalt shimmer screams royalty. We love the richness of this shade and bet you will too.

Tongue N Chic

Smiling at everyone is China Glaze Tongue & Chic. This emerald shimmer is as pretty as a peacock. Sport this shade and strut your stuff.

Goldie But Goodie

Fashionably late is China Glaze Goldie But Goodie. This rusty gold shimmer takes the evening from glamourous to decadent. We’d love to see this paired with one of the other colors in this six-pack for a marvelous ombre.

Autumn Nights Gossip Over Gimlets

From left to right: Gossip Over Gimlets, Kiss My Glass, Public Relations, Queen B, Charmed, I’m Sure, Rendezvous With You.

These chilly shades make up the sassy side of the party. We love the gunmetals that have a bit of edge hidden under the silk party dress.

Gossip Over Gimlets

The chatty one is China Glaze Gossip Over Gimlets. This platinum shimmer is all about shine. This would be fun to use this as a base for a funky french.

Kiss My Glass

Sporting an attitude is China Glaze Kiss My Glass. This mouthy blue-gray shimmer can tell you off with a look. Sometimes the ones with attitude are the most interesting.

Public Relations

Taking photos for the media is China Glaze Public Relations. This pearly purple-gray is toned down but still fun. Mix business and pleasure with this shade.

Queen B

Our first party crasher is China Glaze Queen B. This purple-blue creme isn’t going to take no for an answer. Wear this when you want to call your minions.

Charmed Im Sure

A little snooty is China Glaze Charmed, I’m Sure. This popular purple creme is so smooth, you’d never know it was crashing the party. Blend in boldly with this shade.


Last but not least is China Glaze Rendezvous With You. This perky plum shimmer is planning secret meetings. We’re sure you’ll find this shade as sly as it is sexy.

Autumn Nights 36 Rack

And of course, here’s a Pinnable collage for you. Aren’t these shades fantastic? We love the rich hues, perfect for fall!

This party has already gotten started, and the collection is available in our store and online at Phoenix Beauty Lounge. Did either of the cremes surprise you? Which shade are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments!   🙂

Autumn Nights Splash

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