Friday, December 13, 2013

Sick Lacquer ~ Winters End!

Hello Dahlings!
 
Today I have an indie brand that made me squeee! with glee when I saw da droolicious glitter bombs they create...Sick Lacquers! After doing da holo tc comparison for Wednesday's post, I had a though...what would a holo tc look like over glitter?
 
 Oh yeah...it works!
 
 Da line up: Kleancolor Neon Sapphire, Sick Lacquer Winters End mini
& I Love Nail Polish My Private Rainbow (L) 
 
 1 coat of Neon Sapphire. Unlike da regular KC Sapphire, da neon version has a subtle glow. It went on smooth & opaque...hence no need for a 2nd coat.
 
 1 dabbed on coat of Winters End. Like many chunky glitter polishes I had to dab da bits where I wanted them, but I didn't have to go fishing to get them on da brush. I did have to push down a few sticky up bits once da polish got tacky, but over all I really like this polish & how da glitters play peek-a-boo depending on how da light hits them.
 
 Looky at all those shiny purple & aqua shards!
 
 I then added 1 thickish coat of My Private Rainbow (L).
Followed by my usual Seche Vite top coat.
 
I get both glitter bits AND rainbows in one mani?
SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!
 
 Like many holos, MPR's rainbow doesn't show as well in regular indoor lighting,
but that's ok cuz I have shards to keep me entertained.
 
End Wear Report: This is after 2 days of normal stuff.
I have a bit of tip wear on some corners,
but not bad for only 1 coat of color & top coat.
 
I kinda like it at Grammy's house as long as I has my Paw is near me.
 
Have you Jingled All The Way today?
 
Thanks for stopping by!
~ Inky

5 comments:

  1. oooooo I feel an experiment in my future coming on

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    1. I like it when your Mad Scientist comes out to play! LOL

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  2. These are so darn pretty!!!! And look at that kitty! Love!! :)

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