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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Literary Lacquers - August 2017 Limited Edition Polishes Review

Press Sample.

It's time for amazing new polishes! This time, they are from Literary Lacquers and they are the August Limited Editions. These two polishes release on August 24th at noon MDT and are available through September 8th. Both of these polishes will be $12. There is also a restock of various polishes, a full list is available in the Facebook Group.

The Book Club Limited Edition Polish.

Thousand Different Strokes of Light is a light taupe subtle creamy holo with a blue shimmer and flash.

“In our world of shadows, there is no black and white but a thousand different strokes of light.” from The Museum of Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman. Designed and named by Sharon Wood. 

This is such a work-appropriate shade but with an awesome twist!

Matte nail macro.

The blue in this polish really pops right here. It's so pretty!!

Formula: Good, a minor amount of unmixed pigment but maker has said this would be addressed in the release polishes.
Coats for Opacity: Two coats, slight VNL under direct lighting.
Ease of Dry: Quick.
Texture: None noted.
Finish: Shine.

Birthday Limited Edition! These will be numbered.

Unspeakably Desirable is a bright coral mega glitter holo with copper, gold, and rose microglitter.

Bottle macro.

Glossy nail macro.

Inspired by a quote from Mark Twain’s published journals “There is a charm about the forbidden that makes it unspeakably desirable.” - Mark Twain

One of those polishes that I wasn't 100% sure about at first. It looked a little redder than I normally would buy - but I'm glad I was 'forced' to try it!! It's a very gorgeous pinky-red that is perfect for late Summer!

Matte nail macro.

The gold/copper goodness is popping right here!! 

Formula: Good.
Coats for Opacity: Two coats.
Ease of Dry: Quick.
Texture: Minor texture, easily smoothed with top coat.
Finish: Super shine.

As always, let me know what you thought of this polish in the comments!

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