Monday, January 21, 2013

Indie Polish Review: Laquerlicious Lacquer



I am bringing you Laquerlicious Lacquer today! Michelle, the creator of Laquerlicious, has kindly sent me three polishes to review, and since this is the first time I have come across Laquerlicious, I cannot wait to try them out!

Laquerlicious Rainbow Sugar - three coats with top coat



First up we have Rainbow Sugar, a soft pink milky jelly packed with small multi colored matte hex and square glitters. There is also a hint of silver blue shimmer peeking through. Rainbow Sugar reminds me of a cupcake with strawberry icing and hundreds and thousands sprinkled on top, it looks delicious!


Laquerlicious Washed Denim - one coat over OPI Lucerne-tainly Look Marvelous, with top coat




Wash Denim is described by Laquerlicious as "a clear base with tiny and small to medium foil teal, white and black matte hex & square glitter". There are many versions of the black and white glitters out there, and Michelle's take is definitely one of the more interesting one! And can you spot the diamond glitter on my ring finger? Love!


Laquerlicious Stained Glass - one coat over P2 Poetic, with top coat



Last but not least, I bring you Stained Glass, a clear base with large and small square and hex hologram glitters in silver, orange, teal, pink and purple! Ladies put your shades on, because Stained Glass is seriously blingy and sparkly! The density of the glitters in this polish is just right, not too sparse and not too busy.

The formula of all Laquerlicious Lacquer is really easy to work with. I don't need to fish out the glitters, and minimal dabbing is required. They dry on the smooth side too, so a good layer of top coat would give you the glossy finished look. Overall I really like Laquerlicious, the polishes are high quality, fun, eye-catching, and easy to work! I hope you would enjoy them as much as I do! Before I sign off, here is a macro shot collage:


Laquerlicious Macro Shot




Information about Laquerlious:
All Laquerlious Lacquers are handmade by Michelle, three free (i.e. they do not contain toluene, formaldehyde or dibutyl phthalate), and are made from high quality, cosmetic grade glitter.  

Laquerlious can be purchased via Michelle's Etsy shop . If you would like to learn more about Laquerlious, or keep up to date with the latest Laquerlious releases and news, you may follow Laquerlicious on Facebook, Twitter (@nailchickmich), and Instagram (@creativenailchick #laquerlicious).  

1 comment:

TikiBarbie said...

I like the first one a lot.