Sunday, April 28, 2013

Initial Lacquer Mr. BluBlu, Ms. P and The Night Circus Reviews & Swatches

Hey everyone! I know I usually don't post on Sundays, but I meant to post this yesterday and due to my son's lovely sleep habit just didn't have the energy to. :P Initial Lacquer has some new, creative and fun polishes she has just released and I have 3 of them to share today! :)

Mr. BluBlue has a light blue "crelly" base with white square and diamond glitter, satin purple glitter and pink circle glitter. I used 2 coats with top coat of Seche Vite.

It's no secret I'm a huge blue fan, but there is just something about this base color that is just simple and stunning. It maybe the combination of being a "crelly" and light blue, I'm not sure but I just can't get how amazing it is on it's own! The soft glitter mix in Mr. BluBlu only makes this polish ten times even more amazing! Formula was perfect and gave me no problems.
Mr. P contains neon pink hexes and hearts, satin purple hexes and satin mint green hexes and squares all in light pink base. All nails are 3 coats with a top coat of Seche Vite.
Like Mr. BluBlue, formula was perfect! I guess they are a perfect pair ;) The delicateness of the pink base and soft glitters are a match made in heaven. Hopefully one day Mr. BluBlu will make Ms. P and Mrs. :P
The Night Circus has a slightly tinted blue base and a mixture of holographic and neon glitters. Except for my ring nail, I used 1 coat of The Night Circus over 2 coats of Initial Lacquer Arctic Night. My ring nail is 2 coats of The Night Circus over bare nail and all nails have a top coat of Seche Vite.
Even though the black glitters don't pop as much over a darker base, the holographic ones really make themselves known! The combination of neon and holographic glitters really make your nail stand out! This polish isn't for anyone looking for something subtle. :P Formula was a bit thick and I think that has to do with how much glitter is packed into one bottle seeing as 2 coats makes it almost completely opaque. ;) Other than that, no problems to report. :)

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