Thursday, May 16, 2013

Initial Lacquer A Day at the Lake, Montana at Midnight and Wisterious Reviews & Swatches

Afternoon everyone! Hopefully the weather near you is better than the weather near me! :P It's been yucky and rainy here which has caused my allergies to act up, so I'm moving a bit slower than usual. I have 3 new colors from Initial lacquer (and a surprise to follow this post) to share with you today. Something super fun about these polishes is I helped Iris, the creator of Initial Lacquer, name them . :)
Press Sample

A Day at the Lake contains light green, yellow, pink and glitters in various shapes and sizes in a gray/blue jelly base. I used 3 coats with a top coat of Seche Vite.
Out of the bunch this has the most unique glitter and base color combination and I mean that in a good way! The base is something like I haven't seen before and the glitters Iris used aren't something I would have thought to put together. In the end they all just work together! Formula was a bit thick, though workable, and I had no problem getting out glitter or with dry time.

Montana at Midnight is a deep blue with a blue shimmer. All nails are 2 coat with no top coat.
Eep this color is stunning! There are 2 awesome points I need to make about. ;) 1) It's not too much of a dark blue that it looks black in low light. You can tell it's a darker blue in lower lighting and it really lights up in the sunlight! 2) I was brave and wore this without a base coat for a few hours to see if it would stain and it doesn't! Now I can't say if you wear it for a week it won't, but usually in a few hours I will have staining on blue polishes similar to this. Formula was just as great as the color it's self- perfect!
Wisterious is a light periwinkle with silver shimmer.
Another stunning creme with added shimmer. While I didn't get a chance to try it out (sorry allergies are being jerks :( ), I think this would be a perfect base color to Initial Lacquer Ice Cube. It's a beautiful pastel and something else Initial Lacquer has whipped up that is perfect spring. Formula and application was a breeze.

I'm not sure when these colors are set to be released, but if you hang around for a few minutes I have a giveaway following this post! Initial Lacquer can be purchased through Etsy. Make sure to follow Initial Lacquer on Facebook and Tumblr to stay updated on new colors coming out and restock information.
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