Mavala Heritage Collection

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Mavala released another brand new nail polish collection that’s inspired by the beautiful Autumn season. The Mavala Heritage Collection will be available in stores from May and will sport some stunning Autumn tones to help your nails get ready for the season.

The Mavala Heritage Collection consists of six beautiful curated Autumn shades. They will all be retailing for R87 each at Dischem stores nationwide.

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The Shades

990 Versailles

991 Quebec

992 Walnut Grove

993 Windsor 

988 Santiago

989 Bergen

I’ve had some time to play around with the shades and Oh my! The shade Quebec and Windsor are among my favourite shades that I will be wearing to death this Autumn and Winter season. Quebec has this beautiful copper tint to it, wish at first could seem out there. Once I applied the colour, it just seems to go so well with my skin tone. Windsor is just that perfect nude pink, muted down for the Autumn season. These nail polish shades are just perfectly created to keep my mani and pedi’s in check this Autumn.

I love how beautifully packaged the Mavala nail polishes are and I have been quite impressed with how good the formula actually is. I have been using some other Mavala nail polishes which I have been enjoying over the last few months.

I was skeptic at first regarding how small the bottle sizes are , but considering that I hardly ever finish a nail polish and the fact that I end up throwing away so many. It does make sense the smaller bottles, and they totally make it up being creating such a fab formula.

What do you guys think about the Mavala Heritage Collection? Are there any shades you are looking forward to trying yourself? Let me know in the comments section below I love reading your thoughts.



  1. March 14, 2019 / 12:54 pm

    What fun metallic shades! 🙂 Perfect for autumn, it’s autumn right now in Brisbane 🙂

    Hope that your week is going well 🙂

    Away From The Blue

    • March 15, 2019 / 11:22 am

      They are really stunning! We are also, in Autumn here in South Africa

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