*Products Sent for Review
Hey guys! Told you I would be back later today with another post. I have three lovely polishes to show you from a new indie brand, Dreamy Lacquer Company.
Dreamy Lacquer Company have been around since November of last year, but have only had a handful of sales from what I can tell, which shocks me since they have such unique polishes.
Let's get to seeing what I was sent, yes? Sorry for the hangnails and stuff again guys, also pictures were taken with cuticle oil on my nails so some may look odd.
First up, this one is my favorite of the three, called Butterfly Bliss. As described by Dana from Dreamy Lacquer, this is "A baby pink jelly packed with spring inspired glitters: silver holographic butterflies, gold holographic hexes, sky blue diamonds, and a scattering of yellow flowers. It's a springtime explosion!" I did three coats for this swatch. When applied, the polish pulled a little, but with three coats it evened out well.
This next one is called Daffodil Days. I appologize so much for the hangnail line, especially on my middle finger. I didn't see that when I was taking pictures. Dana describes this color as "A pretty blue jelly the color of a clear April sky, packed with spring inspired glitters: yellow flowers, two sizes of white hex clouds, and two shades of green bar stems and grass. Why wait for the groundhog to tell you spring is here when you can wear it any time you want?" I did three coats for the swatch and application was the same as Butterfly Bliss.
The last one I have up to show you, which was quite difficult to photograph, is 2 Girls, 1 Imitation. this color is described as "a deep blue jelly packed with silver micro glitter to look like stars in the night sky...a tribute to that one particular polish that's so hard to find, but near and dear to our hearts!" I did three coats for this swatch and application was the same as the first two.
Dana was so nice, the first package she tried to send me a few months ago got damaged in transit and she was only alerted about it at the beginning of this month. I believe because of this, she sent me 4 mini polishes with the three to review. Just wanted to show you guys these little beauties in a bottle shot.
Dreamy Lacquer Company's polishes can be purchases in their Storenvy shop or their website. Their prices range from $3.25 for minis, $8 for their regular polishes, and $10 for holos.
Dana has set up a special code for my followers. Until December 15, use the code Diva10 for 10% off your order in her shop.
I hope you enjoyed the swatches and forgive me sad nails right now! Well, that's all I have to show you today, bye!