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Sunday, January 18, 2015

SuperChic Lacquer Santa's Secret Sack Swatches & Review + Giveaway

Hi there! Today I am bringing some more "holiday" programming, the Santa's Secret Sack that was put together by SuperChic Lacquer for the 2014 holiday season. The sacks were filled with polishes from different indie brands from their holiday/winter 2014 collections. They sold out quickly but owner Jen had a few she wanted to send to bloggers/vloggers for review. I will show you the polishes I got in my bag and then you can enter to win a sack of your own!

First is Matters of the Heart by NailNation 3000. It's my first polish from this brand and it's awesome. It's a medium fuchsia pinky red linear holographic with an amazing formula! Opaque in one coat! I did two, which gave it a slightly deeper color.
NailNation 3000 Matters of the Heart

This is Bound to the City Life by Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer, another new brand to me. This is a midnight blue jelly filled with holographic microglitter. This was a little sheer for me, so I layered on three coats. I really like the end result, like a night sky full of stars!
Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer Bound to the City Life

Here is Caramel Swirl from Colores de Carol, a great indie brand by a fellow blogger. I've tried polishes from her before and they are excellent! This is a medium spicy caramel brown scattered holographic. This was slightly thick but not difficult to use. Two coats here.
Colores de Carol Caramel Swirl

And the last polish in my sack was Yuletide by Reverie Nail Lacquer, also a new brand to me. This could be a christmasy polish or a spring eastery type, it's got a grass green jelly base and a rainbow of glitters in multiple shapes and sizes. This one was quite thick. This is only two coats, and even though it didn't make the base opaque I stopped at two because it would've gotten even thicker. This is fun but it didn't really work for me.
Reverie Nail Lacquer Yuletide

My bag also contained a little mini bottle of SuperChic Lacquer's top coat Marvel Liquid Macro. I have gotten a full size bottle of this before and I really love it. It's glossy and fast drying and I've never gotten shrinkage with it. It also dries to a thinner consistency than a lot of quick dry top coats, which isn't really a positive or a negative to me, it might matter to you though so I had to mention it.

I think this is a great idea and so exciting! I haven't tried a lot of the indie brands that participated in contributing products to the sacks, so it was really fun seeing the random polishes that were in mine. Be sure to check out the brands' stores to see what they offer!

Now is the chance for you to win your own Santa's Secret Sack! Since you can't buy these anymore, it's great that she included a second sack for my readers! Remember, the winner will not receive the exact polishes that I did, these bags are filled randomly, but you are guaranteed to get a minimum "polish retail value" of $40.

Please enter using the widget below, all rules and regulations will be detailed in it so please read them, but in a nutshell:
- you must be 18 years of age or older
- international entries welcome
- open until February 8th 11:59 pm PST

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If the Rafflecopter widget isn't working, click here to enter.

The full list of contributors: Above the Curve, Alchemy Lacquers, Blue­Eyed Girl Lacquer, Colores de Carol, Delush Polish, Dollish Polish, Ellagee, Jindie Nails, Love, Angeline, LynBDesigns, Makeup Monsters, Model City Polish, NailNation3000, Philly Loves Lacquer, Reverie Nail Lacquer, Sea Lore Polish, Sincerely Polish, Smitten Polish, Spellbound Nails, SuperChic Lacquer, Sweet Heart Polish, Wicked Nails. Other Trinkets & Surprises contributed by: Spectraflair4U, Crazy Sister Polish, Wonder Beauty Products & more!

Thanks for coming by today and good luck if you enter the giveaway!

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