Happy Thursday loves! I have the second half of my Loaded Lacquer review for you this morning. If you missed my first post just click that link above to see it! ♥
...a clear base with gold, silver, bronze, gunmetal and rose gold hex and dot glitters.
All photos of Vintage Metals are shown as a reverse glitter gradient and 2 dabbed coats on the ring finger over Illamasqua Poke topped with a coat of Nail Pattern Boldness Glitter Food and a coat of HK Girl.
This is packed with glitters, you definitely wont need to fish for any of them! This can be worn over your favorite color or alone with some strategic placement of some glitter just to make sure all of the nail is covered. Also the dabbing method and ample dry time between coats should be used if you want to wear it alone or a lot of the glitters will come off. Since the glitters are rather large for solo wear a good glitter smoothing top coat should be worn to help even it out.
Gold Rush Days...
...a clear base filled with gold and a rainbow of other colors in various shapes and sizes.
All photos of Gold Rush Days are shown as 1 coat over /between Sally Hansen Polar Bear topped with HK Girl.
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Again this could be worn alone since the glitters are really packed in here, probably a lot easier than Vintage Metals. The glitters come out and spread across the nail easily and in abundance, I actually had to pull some off the brush before applying to the nail. They pretty much stay put once they are on the nail so that is a huge plus! I chose to use it in a jelly sandwich by adding another coat of Polar Bear on top. I just love a jelly sandwich, they look so yummy and squishy! ♥
Both of these would make a great addition to any glitter addict's stash, what do you think?
You can purchase Loaded Lacquer on line at loadedlacquer.com. They retail for $10 each and you can get free domestic shipping on orders $50 and up.
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