Fall 2010: Jessica’s Muse nail polish collection

by Bionic Beauty on 07.Nov.2010 · 4 comments

Jessica Cosmetics has released their new Fall 2010 nail polish collection, “Muse”, and it’s loaded with on trend colors. In order to give all Bionic Beauties an introduction to the collection, I’ve swatched and reviewed two of the most popular colors. Like it’s namesake, it’s truly inspiring!

First up, Crimson Reflection ~ a gorgeous cranberry creme. Highly pigmented with full coverage in one coat, super easy to apply (with no cuticle drag, or tip pooling), and extraordinarily long wear. I can’t really ask for more. This is certainly my new favorite polish in the berry family.

Bionic Beauty swatch and review - Jessica nail polish in Crimson Reflection

Looking for a new berry polish? Crimson Reflection is a winner!


Victorian Crush ~ a truly unique and daring olive drab creme. This color is causing buzz across beauty blogs and twitter. I’m naming it the IT color of Fall 2010! You might not think of olive as being as typical polish color, but trust me… it’s a must-have and absolutely gorgeous on your nails. Like Crimson Reflection, I got full coverage in one coat, extremely long wear, and easy application. I’m in love!

Bionic Beauty swatch and review - Jessica nail polish in Victorian Crush

Feeling a bit more daring? Victorian Crush is causing quite a stir on the internet.

My swatches above are shown with Dermelect Launchpad base coat, one coat of color, and no top coat (they’re super glossy alone!); except on my ring fingers- to which I applied China Glaze Matte Magic top coat.

The Muse collection is rounded out with Majesty Blue (medium metallic blue), Scarlet (bright tomato red), Intrigue (creamy mauve), Bittersweet (warm toned caramel creme). Each bottle sells for $7.50 at JessicaCosmetics.com.

FTC Disclosure: This item was sent to me free of charge in return for an honest review. The opinion in this article is based on my personal experience and was not influenced by any source. I was not compensated for this article. Feel free to read my disclosure policy for more information.