~SUPERFICIALLY COLORFUL LACQUER~
Guess what? I'm back already with MORE Superficially Colorful Lacquer polishes! Tonight, I will show you her Remnants of Winter Collection. This is a five piece collection that shows off the winter months through Jin's eyes.
If you are wondering who in the heck Superficially Colorful Lacquer is, click HERE to read about her grand opening TOMORROW, March 3, and see my posts with her amazing thermals! As a side note, these are her new bottles, but she has newer labels and very cute boxes that they will come in!
Turbulence is described by Jin as "A dark violet-pink with a hint of color shift of blue, red, and gold. Not a multi-chrome, just an undecided color that changes by the light. Inspired by the unquiet air, the far lightning storms, the clouds collide and leave."
Application was about the same for all five-two easy coats and no issues.
Eye of the Storm is described as "A very dark and cold blue inspired by the crazy storms this...winter gave us. Heavy clouds, unquiet sky and wild lightening storms."
Two easy coats and this reminds me of the night sky!
Cape Cliffs is described as "Dark forest green inspired by the cliffs b the sea all covered by moss and seaweed after the rough seas of winter."
Two easy coats here, and it leaned a hair on the thick side. It didn't create a problem at all, but I noticed it and felt I needed to mention it.
Mud Slide is described as "A deep dark golden brown, inspired by the look of the roads in winter. This is the color of the earth under the snow, the unpaved road washed by the rivers that went to high. This is the color of my winter."
This was also two easy coats and also a hair on the thick side. I love the addition of the scattered holo. While I had a hard time capturing it with my camera, it was certainly there and added an additional interest to my nails.
Seconds Before Dark is described as "The weird weather of winter causes all sorts of coloring to the sky at sunset. But just before the sun is gone, a deep crimson red is in control. This very dark red polish is inspired by that picture."
This one was also a hair on the thick side, but went on easily in two coats.
Parting Thoughts: My two favorites are Eye of the Storm and Turbulence. I mean really, when have I ever hated a duochrome type polish?? And Eye of the Storm is breathtaking.
*These products were provided for review. All opinions are my own*