sneak peek: fall nail polish from trust fund beauty

Trust Fund Beauty is preparing to debut their fall polish collection. Recently they teased fans with a one shade preview (I Can’t Even – a gorgeous black) offering it for sale online for 48 hours. Of course the limited quantity available were snapped up quickly.

Luckily, I have been able to my hands on two of the brands other fall shades before the official launch. Meet “Wine O’clock“, a rich burgundy red (perfect for the wine lover in me) and “Fly Private“, a fun and flirty, bright pink.

TFB Fall Colors

I spoke with Trust Fund Beauty founder Samara Granofsky to find out what people can expect from the collection.

People can expect “a combo of rich vampy colors and brights that are suitable for fall/early winter…and glitter, baby,” she said. “I don’t think you always have to go dark [for fall]. I have decided that “Fly Private” is an all season pink because I just did.”

Bold decision! I love it and I am really anticipating this collection. The mix of traditional deeper shades with pops of bright colors is exciting. Once I see the full collection, I will likely plan to mix darker shades with bright shades for unique combinations all season long.

When asked, Granofsky did not give the exact date of release for the collection, but she did disclose that it be available some time after the Labor Day weekend.

Want to be the first to order shades from this release? I suggest keeping an eye on Trust Fund Beauty social media channels – Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. I’m sure these platforms will be used to share information when the collection goes live online.

This post is powered by Trust Fund Beauty. Review samples have been provided, however opinions within are my own.

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