Saturday, June 17, 2017

Mini Metallic Leesha's Lacquer

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Hey guys!

I am back today with some more Leesha's Lacquer.

This time, I have mini polishes to show you all, and these are all holo metallic colors.

Here is a preview of the lovelies I have up for you.

A couple of them this time had application issues, and I will point out which ones and why in a bit. Now, let's get to the lovely colors.

First up, this one is called Enchanted. This is one of three that I will show you that had a label on the bottle, and one of two that actually had a polish name. It is a super sheer frosty lavender. I did three coats by itself.

This is a very sheer color, but I really like it. This is very lovely for the winter, it reminds me of Frozen. There were no application issues here, it went on really smoothly.

Next up, this one is called Nosy Be Chameleon. This is the only other one of the bunch that has a name. From here on out, the rest are no names. It is a burnt red/copper with micro light blue shimmer/holo. I did three coats by itself.

This one went on great. It dried a little gritty, so not sure if it is a texture or it dried funny, but either way I liked the texture and finish. I love how shiny it is, it reminds me of a penny. 

Next, this one has no name. It is a dark, sepia-tone brown, filled with scattered holo. I did three coats by itself. 

Application on this was terrible. It could be that because of the hot weather here in Hawaii, it got clumpy fast, or cause it was sitting next to my computer for a little bit, but it went on super clumpy and I had a hard time getting it to even out. The finishing look is the best I could do.

The fourth one I have to show you is very similar to Nosy Be Chameleon. It is a bronze/copper with micro blue holo and red flakies. This one is a bit darker and less red than the other. I did three coats by itself.

Application was great. I really like this color. The red flakes look green in the light, and makes this color look like grass and dirt. Not in a bad way, I mean it reminds me of the earth.

Next up, these three are bright and fun colors. This one is a thick, metallic, egg yolk yellow with gold holo shimmer throughout. I did three coats of this by itself.

This one was a little difficult to apply, and was streaky, but nothing too over the top. I think this is such a fun color for spring and summer. It would go great with a mint green or mint blue.

This next one is my favorite of the bunch. This is a bright magenta pink filled with holo. I did three coats by itself.

This color reminds me of another color of Leesha Lacquer that I recently swatched, Strawberry Daiquiri. Only thing is, this color is bright and medium pink, as where Strawberry Daiquiri is a darker pink.

Last up, this one is a medium lilac filled with holo shimmer. I did three coats by itself. This one has the strongest holo out of all of the colors I have shown you.

For those of you that still are huge into holo polishes, I think this one is for you. Lots of holo shimmer, I really like this color. This color is great for the spring. Leesha's Lacquer sure does pastels really well. This one went on great, there were no problems in application.

Which ones did you guys enjoy? Did you enjoy more of the darker colors? Or are you more of a fan of the spring, pastel ones? Let me know in the comments!

Well, that is all that I have for you guys for now. I will talk to you all later, bye!

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