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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Laquerlicious Christmas Snowfall Review

Hi  boys and girls. I'm going to make this post kind of short, sweet and to the point. I'm still very under the weather and  I really just want to go back to bed, but I haven't posted a mani in a few days so I don't want to leave you high and dry any longer. Today I have the second review for Laquerlicious featuring the lovely Christmas Snowfall. If you missed the first review I did on Laquerlicious Plum Parfait a few days ago, click here to read it now.

Christmas Snowfall: is a white crelly base jam packed with several different shapes, sizes and shades of blue and silver glitters. (Dark blue, light blue, teal-hex, bar, circle, square...holo, matte. It's a glitter bomb!)

All photos of Christmas Snowfall show 2 coats over 1 coat Orly Dayglow topped with 1 coat of Sally Hansen Mega Shine.

Application was amazing! The glitter comes out of the bottle so easy and transfers to the nail the same! I used undies but only a very thin coat, so I am sure 3 healthy coats of this alone would be good as a stand alone polish. I love that even though there are a ton of glitters it wasn't to textured, just 1 coat of my Mega Shine  took care of smoothing out. My favorite thing about this, CIRCLE glitter!!! Not many polishes have circle glitters! 

To me, Laquerlicious really has a great  product to offer the Indie world. If you've been looking for new Indies to try out Laquerlicious wont disappoint. If you want Christmas Snowfall hurry! It's a LE Christmas polish, part of a set of 3 white jelly polishes. (the other 2 are Christmas Garland and Christmas Morning).

You can purchase Laquerlicious on Etsy here and on Big Cartel here.
You can also follow on Twitter @NailChickMich and also on Facebook here.

Well everyone I am now off to bed and hopefully I will wake up and not be sick any more! G'nite kiddos!

(This product was sent for review. All opinions are my own and were not influenced by Laquerlicious in any way.)
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