Good evening, dear readers, and happy Friday! My previous post featured four polishes from the Literary Lacquers Community Collection, and I wanted to share a few more with you this evening. I am really loving the collection thus far, and tonight's polishes are no exception. For all of the following photos, I used three coats of polish and then topped my nails off with Glisten & Glow HK Girl top coat. I hope you're ready for more gorgeous polishes!
84, Charing Cross Road
I really love this sepia holo with silver glass fleck polish designed by Sheila of Pointless Cafe! It is such an excellent colour for when I don't want something bright but still have the "wow" factor. The application was perfect as always.
As the Waltz Was Ending
As the Waltz Was Ending is a light purple crelly holo designed by Lacey of My Boyfriend Hates Makeup. The colour is beautiful even if it does look a little odd with my skin tone. It applied very easily as well and is a lovely addition to the collection.
Camille Sepharial D'Artigo
Blurple base with a silver and black holo glitter and a teal shift designed by Courtney of Phyrra.net, Camille Sepharial D'Artigo is another beautiful polish. I had no problems with the application of the glitters, and they dispersed very nicely and evenly over my nails. I was a little unsure of this one when I saw it in the bottle because of all the glitters, but I liked this one quite a bit!
So far, I have been very pleased with the polishes I have reviewed from the Literary Lacquers Community Collection, and I have a few more to go! These and other amazing polishes can be purchased at the Literary Lacquer etsy shop. Also, be sure to keep an eye on the Literary Lacquers Facebook page for shop announcements, new colours, and other fun happenings!
Until next time, dear readers, have a wonderful night!
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