Today I have a new-to-me brand of indie polish to share with you! It's called Laquerlicious and the creator Michelle was kind enough to send me a few of her creations to test out.
Christmas Morning is a sheer off-white base with subtle gold shimmer and shards of red, green, white and silver glitter. I've shown two coats layered over one coat of Sinful Colors Snow Me White. It's too bad that I didn't get this swatched before Christmas because I really love this mani and I totally would have worn it during the Christmas season! The formula was easy to work with and I didn't have to do any placing of the glitters.
Funny story: I chose this polish to review because my fiance and I have an ongoing inside joke using the phrase "Christmas morning" (it's a long story, so I won't bore you with it), so when I saw that Laquerlicious offered a polish called Christmas Morning, I just HAD to have it. It's a happy bonus that the polish is great!
Grape Soda is a mix of purple, fuchsia, pink and silver glitters in a clear base. Purple lovers rejoice! This is such a pretty polish and the formula was great to boot. I didn't have to do any placing of the glitters and this is just one coat over China Glaze Sweet Hook.
Lava Rocks is a clear base with black hex, diamond, square, and bar glitter, as well as magenta hexes and squares. I've shown it layered over Zoya Avery and I think the combination of nude, black and magenta is really visually appealing. The glitter coverage is really good and I only had to do a minimal amount of placing to ensure there were no bare spots.
Salt Water a mix of teal hex and square glitters as well as white hex and square glitters in a clear base. I love teal, so I had to choose this one and I wasn't disappointed. I've shown one coat here layered over OPI French Quarter For Your Thoughts.
Overall, I'm really happy with all four of these polishes! I've sort of been stepping away from the indie trend lately, but these polishes have re-piqued my interest in indies. I definitely want to try some of the other shades offered by Laquerlicious.
Laquerlicious polishes can be purchased on Etsy. Many of the polishes are on sale for $6.50 which is a great price, especially for indie polishes! I suggest giving this brand a try!
The product(s) in this post were provided by the manufacturer or their PR in exchange for an honest review.