Thursday, November 15, 2012

Lacquerhead Polish Just Be Claus, Naughty Or Nice and Save The Bows Reviews & Swatches

Today, I have some more great holiday polishes to share from Lacquerhead Polish! I don't think I mentioned it in my last posts about her polishes, but she makes the part of her labels with different colors to specify different collections. How cute! Her Halloween polishes had orange around the names and the holiday ones are red. I think it's a nice added touch to be able to know what polishes are from which collection. :)

Lacquerhead Polish Just Be Claus is a white based polish with green and red glitters of different sizes and red stars. All nails are 3 coats with a top coat of Seche Vite.
How cute is the name of this polish, I think it will be my new holiday saying! :P Formula was fantastic it dried quickly and I had zero problems getting out any glitter. I was surprised in fact, the star glitters came out without any shaking or "fishing". I was able to get at least one star on every nail, some are hidden because they came out in the first coat though. ;)The color is very Holiday and I LOVE the stars! The stars sat nice and flat on my nails, with the exception of my index finger because it's sitting on the curved part of my nail. Seche Vite helped smooth it down nicely though. :)
Naughty Or Nice Naughty or Nice has a red creme/jelly base with different sizes of  red glitters and ultra fine green glitters. I used 2 coats of Naughty or Nice with a top coat of Seche Vite.
The smaller glitters in Naughty Or Nice are densely packed and I had no problem getting them out, however I had to give the bottle a good shake to get the square to come to my brush. This polish dried quickly and was pretty smooth without a top coat, but I did opt to use one. The color is awesome! A perfect holiday red with the added "spark" of the green and red glitters. ;)
Save The Bows has got a little bit of everything! A variety of glitters in an assortment of colors, shapes and sizes and fine holographic glitter and silver stars scattered throughout, like I said a little of everything!;) With the exception of my middle nail, I started with 4 coats of Lacquerhead Polish Plum Crazy (will post this one soon!) and added 1 coat of Save The Bows. My middle nail is 3 coats of Save The Bows over bare nail. All nails have a top coat of Seche Vite.
The name of the polish is hilarious! Everyone has to have someone in their family that asks you to save the bows, boxes, bags, ect. during the holidays, I know a few. ;)  If every bow were as sparkly and pretty as this polish, I would save them all too! Absolutely no "fishing" for glitter in this polish; I got a ton of glitter with just 1 coat! Dry time was average and it was a little "bumpy" feeling with no top coat, so I used to Seche Vite to help with both of those aspects. Save The Bows is unique from other glitter polishes I own like it, it has more of a gold/yellow tone about it. 
I did go on to have a little more fun with this manicure. ;) My index and middle nail I topped with 1 coat of OPI Don't Touch My Tutu, my ring nail was matted with Hard Candy Matte-ly In Love and my pinky I added 1 coat of Lacquerhead Polish  Blueberry Yum Yum (post coming soon, I love these jellies!). Basically, this polish is tons of fun and has a ton of great combinations you can use it for! :)

Find Lacquerhead Polish on etsy here. Currently, she is out of stock of Just Be Claus but will be restocking on Sunday. She has a ton of amazing new jelly polishes in stock that I can't wait to show everyone! Also, make sure to like Lacquerhead Polish on Facebook here to keep updated on new polishes she has coming up, I'm loving the look of You're The Fruit In My Nutcake she posted a photo of yesterday!

The Lacquerhead Polish polishes in this post were sent for review, all opinions are my own.
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