*Sent to Me for Review
Hey guys! Today I bring to you a great review of four polishes from a new-ish brand, Jonesy Lou Lacquer.
Jessica of Jonesy Lou Lacquer started her polish making endevors, and brand, in September of 2013. She loves to both hoard and create polish. A majority of her polishes are glitters and jellies, two types that I just love.
I was sent her four piece Pet Shop Collection to swatch, and boy, I will say now that I love all of them! Here is a preview of what's to come in a second:
The first one I have up to show you is called Goldie. Jessica describes this color as "a metallic orange polish with gold hexes and orange and gold micro glitter. This was inspired by my goldfish that I had for a really long time.". I did three coats for this one. I had no problems with application. I love this color, and I am usually not an orange fan, but I love that it is a golden orange.
Next up, this one is called Shai. Jessica describes the color as "a polish inspired by my 9 year old husky. It's a gray crelly with filled with blue, black, and silver holo glitters." I did three coats. I had no problems with application. This one is my favorite of the four I was sent. I am not a big gray fan, but the mix of blue, black, and silver glitters just makes the grey appear a bit on the blue side and very appealing.
The third one that I have to show you is called Lux. I always have a hard tim with black jellies for some reason, so I apologize now if you don't like this swatch as good as the others, but I did what I could as application for me was difficult. Jessica describes the polish as " a black jelly that is filled with silver, turquoise, and teal glitters. This was inspired by my black German Shepard.". I did three coats. I will say that I just LOVE the glitters in this polish, especially the large circle ones, it really makes this color unique.
The last one I have up in this collection is called Tango. She describes the polish as "a white crelly filled with red, yellow, and peach glitters. This was inspired by my cockatiel that I had for many years.". I did three coats, but it still came out very sheer and you can see some visible nail line, but I didn't think this polish was THAT thin that it should be over another color. Plus, I love to show how the colors appear without undies. I had no problems at all with application.
Jonesy Lou Lacquer can be purchased on her Big Cartel page. She currently had 18 polishes up for sale, although this collection I just showed you is not up for sale just yet. Her prices range from $8-$11, which is very affordable for an indie. Also, you can pick up her latest collection for Valentine's day, which includes five polishes, for just $25.
Well, I hope you guys enjoyed my review, because I enjoyed swatching them a lot! That's all I have for you guys tonight! I'll talk to you all later, bye!