Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Mod Lacquer #swatch and #review part 2: Cryptid Collection

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This is part 2 of our Mod Lacquer reviews this week. I hope you love these as much as me.

Check out our review of the Powdered Confection Collection.

I received 2 of the Cryptid collection to share with you.
They are:
Revenant is a bright blue with subtle duo-chrome that shifts from blue to purple with a micro fine scattered holo glitter to give a little sparkle.
Chupacabra is a sheer black jelly base with bright green glitters of various size that glimmer in the dark base.

I find myself loving a duo chrome for the first time. I love the mixture of this blue/purple duo chrome with the holo glitter. I couldn't stop staring at it while I was wearing it. I didn't want to take it off but I needed to move on to swatching Chupacabra. I use 3 coats of this and it is gorgeous! Dry time was amazing it was ready for the next coat in less than a min.

Chupacabra is so amazing it had me dazzled with it holo glitter every time the light hit it. I posted some pictures on my personal fb and it had many people who don't even like nail polish in love with it. I did experience some issues with the black jelly staining my skin and I was having trouble getting it off. The glitter in this polish raises to the top so I used 2 coats of HK girl top coat to smooth it out. This is a polish you will want to use a peel off base if you have it or 2-3 coats of your traditional base coat as its a little hard to remove.

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