Monday, September 26, 2016

SuperChic Lacquer Urban Dictionary Collection Swatches & Review

Hi friends! Today I have a new collection from indie brand SuperChic Lacquer, the Urban Dictionary collection of eight superholo shades. They are described as "fierce color depth shades with intense linear holographic effects." I used a good base coat on all of these to prevent staining, I prefer the SuperChic Bring It On! stain blocking/color bonding base coat.

Rum-Billie is a warm spiced rum linear holographic. Awesomely robust, opaque in one coat and easy to apply. This is a unique shade to my collection, I can't get over it's hotness!
SuperChic Lacquer Rum-Billie

Trap Queen is a vibrant raspberry holographic. This gal is also a one coater, yay! Did you immediately start singing that song? Because I did :)
SuperChic Lacquer Trap Queen

Zombie Crush is a dark blackened blood purple holographic. Great formula, super pigmented. I got a little of this in my cuticle and it ended up staining my skin, so take care! One coater here.
SuperChic Lacquer Zombie Crush

Wonderwall is an intense pale champagne gold holographic. There is a teal tinge to this that is quite subtle, but it's definitely there. This is the only shade in the collection where two coats were necessary for full coverage.
SuperChic Lacquer Wonderwall

Awkward Turtle is a gorgeous muted olive green holographic. I was hoping for a green in the SuperChic intense holo formula, so I was really excited to see this! Another fabulous one coater.
SuperChic Lacquer Awkward Turtle

Rosebuddy is a pale pink intense holographic. This is almost a rose gold but is more pink than the almost coppery shade I think of for a rose gold. Due to it's lighter color I really thought I would need two coats, but one really did cover my nail completely!
SuperChic Lacquer Rosebuddy

Deadpool is a dark ocean-at-night blue holographic. Who doesn't love a dark blue for fall? One coat wonder.
SuperChic Lacquer Deadpool

Awesome Sauce is an intense rich dark chocolate holographic. I'm loving all the brown shades that are coming out this year and this is no exception. This is a one coat shade as well.
SuperChic Lacquer Awesome Sauce

This collection, along with SuperChic's other intense holos, the Dreamology collection, will be available for pre-order today September 26th at 4pm PST (USA) on the SuperChic Lacquer website. All polishes are $12 each. Let me know what you think of all of these holo babes!

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Glam Polish Halloween 2016 Trio Swatches & Review

I am back with my second same-brand-two-days-in-a-row post this month, haha. More Glam Polish! I have their stunning Halloween trio for this year to show you today. Do you remember last year's trio? Needless to say, I was super excited to see what they would come out with this year. Let's take a peek shall we?

Frankenslime 2016 is a neon green jelly filled with ultra holo glitter, multiple sizes of neon green, metallic purple glitter and a hint of holo. This is ultra neon, super eye searing! This is a little chunky due to how much glitter is in it, but with a great Glam Polish formula! Great coverage at two coats.
Glam Polish Frankenslime 2016

Be Careful What You Witch For… has a purple tinted holographic base packed with multiple sizes of silver holo, blue, sapphire, purple, lavender, magenta and pink glitter. Fabulous glitter payoff and lovely to apply. Two coats!
Glam Polish Be Careful What You Witch For…

Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun is a light chartreuse holographic jelly with ultra holo glitter, multiple sizes of silver and blue holo glitter and plenty of glass flecks. A tiny bit thicker but not difficult to handle. This is also two coats.
Glam Polish Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun

This trio is releasing the same time as the Horror Shop shades I showed you yesterday, this Friday, September 30 at 1pm EST (USA) on the Glam Polish website. Individually they are $11.50 each and as a set they are $32. What do you think of these glittery lacquers?

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Glam Polish Halloween Horror Shop Collection [Partial] Swatches & Review

Hello and happy weekend! Today I get the privilege of sharing a few shades that will be released in the upcoming Glam Polish 2016 Halloween Horror Shop event! There are a whopping 25 shades released for this event, all limited editions in small batches, each exclusive to the Glam Polish site, meaning they can and probably will sell out quickly. And they will not be restocked. I have four of the 25, only a few bloggers are reviewing shades from the collection, and they are all dope! We all know that Halloween is my favorite holiday (it's practically a season, really), and these horror movie/tv inspired shades are so right up my alley!

Fright Night is a dark grape purple scattered holographic filled with color shifting flakies and glass flecks. This is loaded to the brim with goodies but it wasn't difficult to apply which was nice, it spreads out on the nail evenly and covers nicely. Two coats here. Fright Night is an 80's teen horror that I haven't actually watched, can you believe it! I'll have to fix that soon.
Glam Polish Fright Night

You Are Who You Eat is an intense linear holographic in a berry pinky crimson shade. This applied like magic, it's a one coater but the color deepens slightly with two. This is named for the 1999 black comedy horror film Ravenous, another I haven't seen.
Glam Polish You Are Who You Eat

Tales From the CRYPT is a shifting blue-purple with holographic flakies. Another easy one, two coats for opacity. The CRYPT series was on tv when I was still a child so I never got the chance to watch them, but that skeleton guy still creeps me out whenever I think about him haha.
Glam Polish Tales From the CRYPT

Frights! Camera! Action! is a teal scattered holographic with strong crimson shimmer and holo flakies. This one made me gasp when I first saw it in the bottle, a seriously stunning shade. The pinky red flash is easier to see in person, my photo can't do it justice. As far as I can tell, this name is referencing the cartoon Monster High, but I'm not sure haha.
Glam Polish Frights! Camera! Action!

The Halloween Horror Shop shades will be available on on Friday, September 30th at 1pm EDT (USA) on the Glam Polish website for $12 each. The other 21 shades are listed in their shop now if you want to see all that will be available, there's honestly too many to write out here haha. Let me know what you think of these shades, and if you're planning on picking up any from the limited editions! It cracks me up that being such a fan of the horror genre, the four shades I got are named after movies/shows that I haven't seen! Are you a scary movie junkie??

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.
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