Sunday, April 28, 2013

Femme Fatale Lacquer: Lucky Ducky and Oh My Neon!

Today I have two awesome polishes from Femme Fatale Lacquer to show you! I was too excited to show you these so I decided to lump them together in one Femme Fantastical Post!

First up is Lucky Ducky, which is one of Cynthia's Easter/Spring polishes.

 Bottle shot:


On the site, it is described as:

White milky base with various sizes of teal, orange, light green, and white glitters.

Let's take a look! First, just to see it alone, here is three thin coats of Lucky Ducky by itself:


Next, I used two coats of my favorite swatching white, Confetti Wedding White, then 2 coats of Lucky Ducky. Love this polish. As usual, zero issues w/FFL's formula!



Cute, right? Next, take a look at a newer release called Oh My Neon! It is described as:

Clear base with neon pink, blue and yellow glitters.

Bottle shot time! By the way, these are the new labels for the brand, aren't they cute?


Here is 2 coats of Oh My Neon! over Confetti Wedding White:


Close up:


And even closer:


I wanted to swatch it over a color, but I couldn't decide which one, so I tried out a couple. This is just one coat of OMN over Wet & Wild Pin 'Em Slater:



The second one is over Zoya Shelby, such a perfect baby pink creme (and also the name of my dog. Yes, that's the reason I bought it, BUT since it was pink, it was really a no lose situation for me. But yes, I would've bought it for the name even if I didn't like the color. I dare you to tell me there's not a polish you have purchased solely because of the name!).

Anyway, I ended up liking it best over NYC - New York Color - Skyline Blue:




What do you think of these polishes?  I am a huuuge FFL fan and cannot wait to see what Cynthia comes up with next!!

You can find Femme Fatale Lacquer on Facebook and Big Cartel AND on this site often, too. :)

Thanks for stopping by,

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