Morgan Taylor Fall 2014 Enchantment Collection Swatches and Review

 press sample 
Hey there. Wow! A Saturday post. I have another Fall Collection to share, the 2014 Morgan Taylor Enchantment Collection. Morgan Taylor is such a classy line. From the shape of the bottle to the colors to the advertising. This is actually the second time I've swatched this collection. When I swatched it the first time (well over a month ago), I hated my pictures. (It happens to all of us.) My hubs thought I was blind and crazy, but I insisted on doing them over.  The good news is it gave me a chance to fall in love with these shades all over again. All of the polishes in this set have a magical-themed name and are surprisingly understated (which I love). All swatches were finished with Morgan Taylor Need for Speed Topcoat.

As usual, I'll start with my favorite. I’m the Good Witch is officially described as a pink pewter glitter. I'm not sure where the pewter comes in, but I love it just the same. There's a lot going on here. Like many Morgan Taylor glitters, it's a complex mix of colors that come together to create a delicate shade. I used three thin coats.

Morgan Taylor I'm the Good Witch

Next up is Who-dini? a soft, dusty periwinkle creme. Morgan Taylor calls it "grey blue". I love that it's not traditional Fall. The gray undertone makes it wintery and not springy. This is two coats.

Morgan Taylor Who-dini?

Simply Spellbound is a simple nude creme. These colors tend to be streaky at first, but Simply Spellbound went on smooth in two coats. This will be a staple for work for me.

Morgan Taylor Simply Spellbound

I can't rant about Now You See Me enough. It's a chocolate brown microglitter. The glitters are so fine, in fact, that Morgan Taylor describes it as a shimmer. Beautiful. It was completely opaque in just two coats.

Morgan Taylor Now You See Me

Here's Hocus Pocus, a pretty and light mint creme that leans a little gray. The formula was a little fussy. I used a third coat to even everything out.

Morgan Taylor Hocus Pocus

And last but not least is Magician's Assistant. It's hard to describe. It has a very slight lavender shimmer that gives the soft pink a purple hue in some light. It's very soft. This is two coats.

Morgan Taylor Magician's Assistant

Personally, I adore this collection. It's great for the season and it looks so upscale.

The Enchantment Collection is on sale now. Morgan Taylor was previously only available to pros; but now anyone can buy them online from Loxa Beauty. Polishes retail for $8.50 each. Learn more at and follow Morgan Taylor on Facebook and Twitter for news and promotions.