I have very recently decided to start asking the indie brands that I review a couple of questions about their polish-making process. Here is what she had to say...
I first mix the concoctions in mini bottles and let them sit for 2 months. So far I have had great luck with no bleeding, no fading no "tinting" and no thickening in that time period. Also, very little settling of glitter or pigment. I buy high quality glitter (specifically solvent resistant) and pigments. I use stainless steel balls designed for polish and nice, standard .5 oz bottles...I do use quality basecoats and topcoats which I stress to my buyers.
Tonight, I have two more Laquerlicious polishes for you! The first one is called Cloudless Day. It is a light grey jelly with fun and bright matted glitters in it! I layered it on its own on three one my fingers, but on my ring finger, I used one coat over a Color Club nameless bottle that I had. It was the exact color of the base of Cloudless Day though!
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*this polish was sent for an honest review