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Today I have several miscellaneous polish from Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer. Two are December’s featured items and the other five are from January.Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer. Two are December’s featured items and the other five are from January.
December’s Featured Items:
Sugarplum Siren (two coats): slightly pinked white with a red to green shifting shimmer
Lighthouse on the Lake (2 coats): medium dusty blue crème
I attempted to capture Sugarplum Siren’s shimmer using flash. It’s very subtle effect that makes it stand out. Lighthouse on the Lake is very pigmented, so I recommend wearing a base coat (I recommend Pretty Serious Force Field, a stain-prevention base) to help avoid Smurf nails. If you are careful, you can apply it in one coat. As a plus, it can be used for nail stamping art.
January’s Featured Items:
Innocence in the Moment collection
Basking in the Storm (two coats): amethyst purple with blue and aqua shimmers
Chasing the Skyline (two coats): royal blue with rainbow iridescent flakies
I Only Meant to Stay a While (two coats): emerald green jelly with micro holographic glitters in green, silver, blue and purple
The Seasons Change (two coats): berry pink linear holographic with platinum micro-flakies
Snowbunny Siren (two coats): periwinkle linear holographic with larger platinum flakies and gold glass flecks
I am over the moon for Snowbunny Siren. I have not seen a combination of holographic polish and metallic flakes such as this, but the combination definitely works. The only drawback to Snowbunny Siren is the removal…you might as well pull out the foil and acetone for this one.
The formulas are great for this collection, all apply smoothly and are opaque in two coats. I also provided flash pictures of the holographics to accurately capture the sparkle.