Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Lacquerhead Polish Talk Nerdy to Me, This Will Be My Last Tattoo & What Happened Last Night? Reviews & Swatches

Hi there everyone! I know this is a late night post, sorry! >_< I did have something else planned for yesterday, but my darling son decided to break the lens on one of my cameras (the main one I use for swatching) and was just so frustrated I didn't want to do anything. On the bright side my computer is fixed, I have some swatches already done that didn't get lost on it and I should have a new lens coming in the mail tomorrow :) I'm a little ready for this week to be over with though because it hasn't been a great one starting out! :P
Enough with my rambling on to some awesome polishes from Lacquerhead Polish! :)

Talk Nerdy to Me contains black and white glitters accented with various other colored metallic and holo glitters. Shown is 1 coat over 2 coats of Enchanted Polish July 2013 with top coat.
What a total glitter bomb this polish is! No need at all for fishing out any glitter, even the stars, and it had a great formula; not too thick and not too thin, just perfect. :) Clearly Talk Nerdy to Me would work over any color, so the sky's the limit on what you choose!
This Will Be My Last Tattoo is a mixture of black, white and cherry dots along with black, white and cherry shreds. All nails are 2 coats of This Will Be My Last Tattoo over 3 coats of Takko Lacquer Strangely Delicious RVMP.
Circle glitter and bar glitter, ahoy! I think everyone says their "last" tattoo will be their last and it never is! :P Formula was a bit thicker, yet I didn't need to fish for any of the larger red glitters and it dried quickly. :)
What Happened Last Night? has a white crelly base with blue and lavender glitter, matte purple hearts and a ultra fine holographic purple glitter. Here is 3 coats with top coat.
The real question is, what did happen last night? :P If it's this pretty, I'm ok with it! ;) Formula was easy to work with. The first coat was a tad streaky, though it evened up perfectly in the second and third coat. You could mostly likely get away with 2 thicker coats, but I like my thinner coats. ;)

Find Lacquerhead Polish for sale through Etsy. Make sure to follow Lacquerhead Polish on Facebook and Twitter! There is currently a giveaway on their Facebook to celebrate Lacquerhead Polish turning one! So make sure to enter and follow; there are more giveaways planned! :)

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