September 18, 2012

ORLY Spellbound Trio from The New Flash Glam FX Collection for Halloween 2012

This Halloween splash your nails spooky with the new ORLY Spellbound Trio ($10 Each). This selection of nail polishes adds a touch of glitz and glam to tips in a an array of Halloween inspired shades.

Choose from:

These are available now at Ulta and

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  • Littlecreek

    Glitter polish why do you taunt me so?! I always love how it looks while it’s on but then curse while trying to get it off. But I don’t have any orange or green like those so who am I kidding, I’ll get them and curse silently with my acetone later. 🙂

    • kimkats

      Do you know of the “foil method” of getting those cursed glitter polishes off? You take your polish remover, saturate a bit of cotton pad with it, and then, using a strip of foil, wrap it over the nail and leave it sit for a few minutes to penetrate the polish. it really works! I was highly skeptical, but I have used it several times with excellent results, and it *really* saves on the amount of blue smoke that emanates from my mouth while taking these types of polishes off. Try it and see if it works for you – I’ll bet it does!

      • Kate

        I second this notion. I will never use glitter polishes without this method ever again. Do a Youtube search for the words “foil method, glitter nail polish”, and you’ll be able to watch lots of demos.

        These are so pretty. I’m officially ready for Fall.

        • cat

          The foil method has never worked for me. But I have found that using an acetone-based polish remover like the one that Zoya makes, will pretty much do the trick.

  • Rachael

    MUST HAVE. i am a sucker for Halloween, orly, and sparkles. this is the perfect combination for me!

  • Majick

    well I WANT them! LOL and hate trying to get off glitter too. I just sit saturated cotton pads of acetone on each nail for a few minutes to soften it up a bit. Like the foil tip idea and will do a search to see how it’s done. thanks.