Hi All... Yep, another Indie Post!! This time it's all about Laquerlicious! I reviewed three polishes from Laquerlicious back in November and now I have four more to share with you. Three of these are Valentine's Day LE Polishes and one is for Saint Patrick's Day...
Cupid's Crush is such a fitting name for this polish because the base color reminds me of grape crush (the sodapop). It's such a gorgeous shade of purple!! The glitters in Cupid's Crush are all shards-- pink, white, red and violet. The shards are perfect in the grape "jelly" base... they're smooth to the touch but look jagged
(which I like). I used two coats of Cupid's Crush followed by top coat.
Cherished Cherub has the same great jelly base as Cupid's Crush except it's base is a gorgeous deep magenta. This is full of hex, square, and bar glitters in pink, red, and purple and it also contains scattered red holo heart glitter. I absolutely love the base, but I'm not a huge fan of the bar glitter and I did have to fish a bit for the hearts, but the formula was great... I have two coats of Cherished Cherub followed by top coat in the above three pictures.
A Card & Candy:
A Card & Candy is my favorite of the three Valentine's Day Polishes. I love the milky white (it almost seems lilac) base. Yes, it's a "crelly" :) I love this formula!! A Card & Candy is full of red, pink and purple matte glitters.. I'm really loving the depth of this polish!! (and I don't even mind the bars :) Again, I only used two coats for full coverage with top coat.
St. Patrick's Lucky Day:
The sun popped out just in time while I was taking pictures of St. Patrick's Lucky Day! It's full of gold, green, (& maybe some silver) and holo glitters and sparkle. I'm especially liking the round glitters in St. Patrick's Lucky Day and the holo glitter is brilliant in sunlight. This polish has a pretty sheer base, so I chose to layer one coat over OPI Gargantuan Green Grape followed by top coat. It's a great St.Paddy's Day polish!!
**Yay! Four more beautiful creations from Michelle at Laquerlicous!! I first discovered Laquerlicious on Instagram. Michelle is pretty active there. Make sure you follow her @Creativenailchick
**Follow Laquerlicious on twitter too @Nailchickmich
**The Valentine's Collection is available on Etsy now, and I'm sure St. Patrick's Lucky Day will be available soon!!
Have a wonderful Tuesday!!
--Laquerlicious polishes were provided for review