PS: These 4 polishes will be available in the Liquid Sky Lacquer store on Jan 18th!! Follow her Facebook page for more details.
Left to right: Bee Mine, Cupid's Bow, Butterly Kisses, Candlelight Dinner
We might as well go in the same order as the picture above. First up, Bee Mine, a white crelly with pink hearts (true story: this is my first polish with heart glitter. Perfect timing or what?) black, yellow, and pink glitter, hexes and microglitters.
This is two coats of Bee Mine over Zoya Jacqueline, an offwhite creme polish. Bee Mine is a breeze to apply except for the hearts. Any shape glitter takes a little effort! The microglitters and hexes cover really well, but you're going to work a little for the hearts. Totally worth it!
Next is Cupid's Bow, a clear base glitter(bomb) topper with pink bows (so, so sweet) white and pink glitters. This is adorable! I layered two coats over Chanel May (pink) and He Loves Me, a gorgeous green shimmer by A Girl Obsessed.
Third, let's check out Butterfly Kisses. It is a holo sheer grey base with red and silver glitters, also a scattering of silver butterflies. I layered two coats over Sally Hansen Wet Cement. Of the three with shape glitter, this was the most stubborn in giving up the goods. The holo in this polish is amazing!! It would look good over a light blue, grey, black, etc. Very girly and sweet.
And last but not least, this is Candelight Dinner, a burgundy, almost wine colored holo. First, the name is just perfect. As is the formula, and my swatches show two coats with topcoat. The holo is finer than Liquid Sky Lacquer's usually superintenseholywow holo, but it's still stunning with it's subtly. This color is also such a pretty shade and would look good on any skintone.
I am so impressed with these polishes. Bee Mine and Cupid's Bow are my favorites, I know I'll reach for both of those year round.
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Remember, these 4 polishes seen above will be released on Jan 18th. Mark your calenders!