Friday, September 27, 2013

Lacquerhead Polish Halloween 2013 Collection Reviews & Swatches

Still chugging along trying to beat whatever this bug is I have caught :( Hopefully it goes away soon because we finally found a place to move into!! Woo-hoo! Anywho, I have Lacquerhead Polish's new Halloween collection to share today! :)

 Countdown To Candy has a white "crelly" base with various orange, red and yellow glitters; including circle glitter. These photos are 3 coats with top coat.
 Ah candy corn, my number one reason for loving Halloween! I already have at least 4 bags stashed away and promptly ate all the pieces I used for the bottle shot when I was done with it! :P Enough of my love for candy corn and back to this polish. ;) Countdown To Candy was super easy to work with and looks super yummy on my nails...and reminds me of candy corn♥! :P 
 Franken-Tastic is a mixture of  neon green, black, orange and purple glitters accented with black skulls and green neon stars. All nails are 2 coats over 3 coats of CoverGirl Rogue Red.
 Anything to do with Frankenstein, sign me up!! I even have a tattoo of the Bride of Frankenstein. ;) Franken-Tastic's glitters are sure to make you stand out during Halloween and get your nails noticed no matter where you are. :) I did have a problem with the larger black hexes curling a bit, but they smoothed out with top coat and I had no problems at all getting out any skull glitter. :)
 Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun contains an assortment of white, pink and pastel glitters with white and pink skulls throughout. Shown is 2 coats over 3 coats of CoverGirl Pyro Pink.
A girly glitter mix isn't something you normally see during Halloween, but I think with the fun skulls it works! :) Even though it doesn't show in my photos, in person the glitters "popped" better over my base color. :/ Hopefully you can tell that in the close up shots below. Still, this is a great glitter mix for Halloween and beyond! Like Franken-Tastic the skulls came out super easy! :) 
 If You've Got It Haunt It has a mixture of holographic charcoal glitters, rainbow glitters and holographic silver moons. All nails are 1 coat over 2 coats of Sugar High. 
 I'm always a sucker for those moon glitters! ;) And with all the other holographic glitters you are sure to bling someone while trick-or-treating! :P Again wonderful formula and I had no troubles getting out any of the moon glitters. :)
 Let's Go Out For A Bite... contains red holographic squares and hexes in a deep, dark red jelly base. For these photos I used 2 coats with top coat.
 Halloween wouldn't be Halloween without a nice vampy color, now would it? ;) The holographic glitters add a nice "spark" against the jelly base and make your nails look good enough to eat. :P 
 Sugar High is a candy corn scented, neon orange creme with sparse holographic glitters. Shown is 2 coats with top coat.
 Not only does this polish smell yummy, it's super bright and amazing to look at! :) Apparently it glows under black light, sadly I don't have a black light. >_< I  still have some visible nail line at 2 coats in certain lighting, so you might want to try 3 coats if that bugs you. ;) Nevertheless, this is a MUST have for Halloween!
P.S. My camera used for the close ups below gave it a red tint. It does not have this tint in real life and is a super bright orange! ;)
 Witches Be Crazy is described as a mix of metallic orange and holo orange hexes with metallic rainbow glitter scattered throughout. All nails are 1 coat of Witches Be Crazy over 3 coats of CoverGirl Sulfur Blaze. 
 I had a good laugh for awhile after I saw the name of this polish! :P It's a fun glitter mix and I got plenty of glitter out in just one coat! :)
Lacquerhead also has a new cuticle oil in stock for this Halloween season perfectly scented, candy corn! I'll try not to eat my fingers off, no promises though! ;)

All of these polishes, plus tons more, are available through Lacquerhead Polish's Etsy shop.This weekend only use the code TRYME to get a free cuticle oil with any $15.00 purchase! All her cuticle oils ship free, so why not try one! ;) Make sure to follow Lacquerhead Polish on Facebook and Twitter!

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