Liquid Sky Lacquer

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I have seven polishes that I was sent for review by Liquid Sky Lacquer, a new to me brand. Most of these have been out, but I also have the brand new limited edition, Pinch Proof, a St Paddy’s Day polish. This is a very picture heavy post with all the polishes, but definitely worth it.

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Pinch Proof is a beautiful green polish with extreme holo and multiple sized glitters.

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A very beautiful polish, that has an amazing formula and excellent dry time. Definitely a perfect St Paddy’s polish, I did three coats for opacity.

Products used: Dainty Digits Polish Glitter Be Gone basecoat, Liquid Sky Lacquer Pinch Proof, I, A.M CustomColor DiamondPRO topcoat.

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Black Magic Leprechaun is a black jelly with green shimmer and large clover glitters.

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The clovers weren’t as hard as some other polishes I’ve used with large glitters, but letting the polish sit upside down before application is definitely helpful. The polish felt a bit thicker on this one, but nothing bad. Dry time was pretty good, I did 3-4 coats on each nail.

Products used: Dainty Digits Polish Glitter Be Gone basecoat, Liquid Sky Lacquer Black Magic Leprechaun, I, A.M CustomColor DiamondPRO topcoat.

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Wink ^.~ is an extreme bluish green holo and very beautiful.

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This polish is absolutely gorgeous. It has a slight shift to it among the holo. Formula was great, excellent dry time and opaque in three coats.

Products used: Dainty Digits Polish Glitter Be Gone basecoat, Liquid Sky Lacquer Wink ^.~, I, A.M CustomColor DiamondPRO topcoat.

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Black Opal is another extreme holo. This one is black with a strong purple shift, which was hard to capture on camera. This one definitely has more dimensions in person.

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The dry time was excellent, formula was great and I did three coats for opacity. I probably could of left it at two, but I wanted to be extra safe.

Products used: Qtica Nail Growth, Orly Bonder basecoat, Liquid Sky Lacquer Black Opal, I, A.M CustomColor DiamondPRO topcoat.

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King’s Cake is another limited edition. This one is a deep purple jelly with green, gold and purple holographic glitters of different shapes throughout.

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This one has a lot of glitter in it, which made the formula feel thicker. It was almost like working with a glitterbomb. Dry time was really good, and I did three coats for opacity. This one would be great used as a topper to, I used it on its own.

Products used: Dainty Digits Polish Glitter Be Gone basecoat, Liquid Sky Lacquer King’s Cake, I, A.M CustomColor DiamondPRO topcoat.

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Atlantis is a deep blue jelly with neon yellow, pink, orange and purple glitters and a smidge of holo dust.

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I love the uniqueness of this polish. It really is different than anything I’ve seen. As with all the others, dry time was good, great formula, and three coats for opacity.

Products used: Dainty Digits Polish Glitter Be Gone basecoat, Liquid Sky Lacquer Atlantis, I, A.M CustomColor DiamondPRO topcoat.

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Last, but definitely not least, is Bird Of Paradise, a multichrome colorshift polish. It has blue, copper, orange, purple and a few other colors in it.

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I tried to capture the shifty nature of the polish, and really like how it came out. Great formula and dry time with three coats for opacity.

Products used: Dainty Digits Polish Glitter Be Gone basecoat, Liquid Sky Lacquer Bird Of Paradise, I, A.M CustomColor DiamondPRO topcoat.

I love all of her polishes overall, and they would be a welcomed addition to anyone’s collection. I also love her labels, they made it super easy for swatching and naming all the pictures. All information for the store is below, and as always, thanks for reading! ^_^

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I,A.M CustomColor: What Medicine? Duo Review

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Earlier this month I covered (here) the release of the three new sets for I,A.M. CustomColor’s Rebel 4 A Cause Series.  This is going to be a review of the duo for October from the What Medicine? Collection, and they can be purchased seperately here.  25% of each purchase goes to Doctors Without Borders

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On the left is Secret Serum, a green shifty holo and on the right is Outbreak, a beautiful Halloweenish glitter topper.

Here is Secret Serum alone:

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I had a hard time catching all the shifty goodness from this, but it looks amazing in person.

Here is Secret Serum topped with Outbreak, and an accent nail with just Outbreak:

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I love Outbreaks colors,  it makes me think Halloween, but really makes me think of the video game series Resident Evil for some reason.

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Here are macro shots.  Top is normal lighting,  bottom is under LED.

Secret Serum felt a little thicker than her normal formula, but I’m attributing that to how jam packed with holo it is.  It didn’t make it hard to work with at all either.  Outbreak was pretty easy to get the glitter out, but of course, with larger pieces make sure you let the bottle sit upside down for about 5-10 minutes, and roll it between your hands.

Products used: Dainty Digits Polish Glitter Be Gone basecoat,  I,A.M. CustomColor Secret Serum and Outbreak,  I,A.M. CustomColor DiamondPRO topcoat.

All information for the store is below, and as always, thanks for reading! ^_^

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