This year's Halloween collection features 4 beautifully magical polishes with names pulled from history. I looked specifically for archaic names, names used in the 'olden days' for various magics, and built this collection around them.
Goety (gōətē): black magic or witchcraft. Goety is a glitter bomb with holo, matte, iridescent and metallic glitters in stars, moons, flakies, hexes and shreds.
Gramarye (gramərē): necromancy, magic, enchantment. Gramarye is a neon green crelly filled with a variety of matte glitter in pink, blue, teal, yellow, orange, white and black. Like a lot of neon polishes this polish (plus some of the glitter) is black light reactive!
Diablerie (dēˈäblərē): sorcery, black magic, reckless mischief. Diablerie is a purple polish with blue shimmer and orange holo micro-shreds.
Malefic (məˈlefik): causing harm or destruction, especially by supernatural means. Malefic is a black polish with a gold-chartreuse micro-flakie.