Sunday, December 1, 2013

Laquerlicious Polish Review!

Reviving my blog for swatches & reviews of five fabulous Laquerlicious handmade indie polishes!

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First up we have "Supreme Queen", part of the Laquerlicius shimmer collection.
This is 2 coats, over Essie "Where's My Chauffeur?" and Seche Vite topcoat.
This color is beautiful!  I got many compliments on it.
 Hard to describe - almost like a light grayish blue.  Kinda reminds me of a robin's egg!  
There are tons of beige, royal blue and teal shimmery glitters in a blue-gray base.

Here is "Emerald Glaze", part of the Laquerlicious glaze collection.
This is 2 coats, over OPI "Cuckoo For This Color" and Seche Vite topcoat.
Despite looking very opaque in the bottle, Emerald Glaze is actually quite sheer!
It's jam packed with gorgeous green, teal and purple tiny glitter in a green base.
The purple glitter offers an amazing pop of color against the green/teal.  
I absolutely loved the way this looked on my skin tone :)

This lovely color is "Divine Doll", part of the Laquerlicious shimmer collection.
2 coats, over Essie "Play Date" and Seche Vite topcoat.
I have become a purple addict, so this polish was right up my alley :)
A beautiful shimmery combination of purple, beige and a hint of teal.
This is the perfect polish for anyone who loves a cheerful purple!

This gorgeous glitterbomb is "Bottle of Bubbly", from the Laquerlicious New Year's 2014 collection.
This is one generous coat, over Spoiled "Visually Slimming" and Seche Vite topcoat.
An incredible mixture of silver and gold holo glitters in a clear base.
There are all sorts of shapes & sizes in this polish!
Round, hex, micro, stars and bars just to name a few.
Application of this polish was a dream, didn't really have to dab at all or fish for glitter!
Definitely have plans for this baby as New Years Eve mani.

Last but not least, "Countdown to Midnight", also from Laquerlicious New Year's 2014 collection.
1 generous coat, over China Glaze "Stone Cold" and Seche Vite topcoat.
This glitter bomb is made up of varied sizes of round white, black, pink, purple and teal glitters in a clear base.
This is a super fun, playful polish.  I really enjoy the contrast between all of the colors.
This is the type of polish that would go well with just about any color as a base, so the possibilities are endless!
Application was fairly easy, although I did have to dab and fish a bit, but that doesn't bother me at all.

Final verdict is that these polishes were fantastic.
I fully believe in supporting indie polish makers and really I loved the unique glitter color combinations that Laquerlicious has to offer! 
They dried super quickly, application was a dream and Michelle (IG @creativenailchick) was a pleasure to work with.
I will be using many of these polishes again in the future.
All of the polishes that were reviewed are currently available for purchase at :)


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