Remember this post when I was trying to make up my mind about which polish to wear for my big birthday? In it I mentioned a huge Lush Lacquer haul from a few months ago and think it’s about time to share a few more of these eye noms, instead of just hoarding them in silence. Feast your eyes! First up is the most summery snow themed polish I own. It makes me ponder what it’s like to celebrate x-mas in Australia.
Snow Globe is made up of equal amounts of blue, red, pink and yellow circles, a little larger purple circles, large pink squares and white tiny snow-like mini glitter in a clear base. Application was ok, no real fishing needed except for a few squares, and this is one blob per nail. I’ve layered it on Essie Haute as Hello plus top coat.
Haute – hot – snow! Get the opposites-pun? Sigh, I should give up puns, I know.
Mr Bubble has many different sizes and shapes of hot pink, cobalt blue and white mattes in equal proportions, in a clear base. I had to fish out and place the largest glitters, but the process was a breeze. Here shown on China Glaze Something Sweet plus top coat. I’m very happy with this combo, but then Mr Bubble is very easy to match. It goes with almost any base colour, just picture this over a cool toned yellow or a warm green…
Slumber Party is a combination of hot pink squares, blue and purple small hexes, smaller black glitter and the same teeny white glitter that Snow Globe has, also in a clear base. I’ve layered it over Nyx Girls Algae. Same application as its siblings, a little dabbing and some fishing for the squares, but not hassly at all. This is my favourite combination of the three, I wore it for two whole days which is a very long time in my world.
To conclude, Lush Lacquer does not disappoint. Good application plus fun glitter combos that obviously comes from hearty craftsmanship means these toppers are little happy makers! Also, the endless combinations of base colour and glitter toppers gives my stash new life.