A brief background about Dr.'s Remedy nail polishes before I talk about these specific colors:
Dr.'s Remedy is unique in that it uses natural ingredients (along with being DBP, Toluene, and Formaldehyde free) and is completely free of toxins. Their nail polishes are also supposed to help with things like nail fungus (mmm!) or discolored nails. Like I've said before, I don't have a lot of nail polish from outside the drugstore, so I appreciate Dr.'s Remedy's qualities; not only is it made by doctors, but a healthier alternative to regular nail polish.
The Fall Fever collection consists of three nail polishes in Defense (deep red/wine), Balance (brick red), and Noble (navy). Each has a creme finish and applies evenly and smoothly- every time I use Dr.'s Remedy nail polishes, I'm amazed at how smooth the color glides on. It's my favorite part of the formula and feels like much higher quality than most drugstore polishes I own.
Wear time is about average, although I do notice tip wear after a day or two which is disappointing. The ones I reviewed last year didn't last long at all, either. You can help this with a good top and base coat.
I wish the colors were a bit more unique, as I see these types of shades everywhere this time of year. I do appreciate that they threw in a navy- it's not the first color you think of with fall, and it's a nice alternative to black if you like that look. As a collection, these shades scream "sophistication" and complement each other well.
Index finger: Defense, Middle finger: Balance, Ring finger: Noble
(PS! The nail swatches above were each three coats, no top coat. I love how glossy these dry!)
At $17 a bottle, Dr.'s Remedy nail polishes don't come cheap- however, if you enjoy a good-for-you formula and a polish that applies effortlessly, I think these are a great option to have. I get numerous compliments when I wear them despite the neutral color range (and I think it's mostly due to the smoothness of the color).
Have you guys tried anything by Dr.'s Remedy, or had a similar or difference experience? What are your favorite shades to wear in the colder months?
Disclaimer: I was sent the mentioned product for consideration from Dr.'s Remedy. I have no affiliation with the company whatsoever. All thoughts are 100% true and my own! I would never recommend something I wasn't pleased with.