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Friday, October 19, 2012

Lacquistry Remakes: A Friggin Circus and Lake Placid on Acid

If you may recall awhile back, Lacquistry realized she had made a few polishes that had bled or had curling glitter and she wanted to replace them for anyone who had ordered them. She made revised versions of those polishes and sent them out without anyone even asking her to!  Impressive customer service!
Today I am going to share two of those polishes with you.  First is A Friggin' Circus.  The first version was my first multi-colored glitter polish.  This original version had more pink and blue than any other color.  The hexes are also slightly larger than the remake.
 While the remake is not as dense, it layered better and had a better distribution of color.
I have two coats of A Friggin' Circus over Milani Black Swift.  There was some minor clumping on one or two fingers on the second coat.
I then matted it with Butter London top coat.
This is my very favorite way to wear multi-colored glitters!
Lake Placid On Acid is the next remake I want to show you.  The first one had a greener base and much larger glitters in it.
ORIGINAL Lake Placid on Acid
 This new version has a clear base, gold and aqua micro glitters and larger hex blue and green glitters along with some medium sized ones.
REMAKE OF LAKE PLACID ON ACID
The first one, I did not layer over any color.  This one needed a base color and I used Sinful Colors Exotic Green. It seems they were made for each other!  Lake Placid on Acid went on easily and smoothly and the glitters spread out evenly and effortlessly.  I only used one coat and found it to be a stunner!  The remake is by far, my favorite over the original!
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3 comments:

Chantel said...

Amazing nail polishes.

Jacee said...

I think I like the original version of A Friggin' Circus better (girly me :P), but the new one still lovely. I also love it against the black base.

Lake Placid on Acid looks totally different! I'm kind of surprised that one doesn't just have a new name.

Jacee said...

By the way, I am super impressed with that kind of customer service, though! Hearing stuff like that always makes me feel more confident about trying out a new brand.