Friday, February 22, 2019

Louise Lacquer Swatches and Review Part 2

I have three more polishes and a Cuticle Balm to share with you today from Louise Polish. These were a group of previously released polishes that the maker, Tina, sent me for photography and review and they are all available right now! Let's have a look.
*sent by the maker for photography and review*
Louise Lacquer

Louise Lacquer Cuticle Balm is a super-moisturizing soft balm. It dissolves nicely when you dip your fingers in - no pushing or fighting to get any out! It goes on heavy and absorbs quickly for a really smooth, moisturized effect on your skin. This is exactly the kind of product that works well for me.  It's ingredients are beeswax, jojoba oil, vitamin E, grape seed oil, sweet almond oil, and fragrance oil. There really isn't much scent but it is mostly almondy.

Price: $5 for .5 oz.
Louise Lacquer Cuticle Balm

Louise Lacquer Cuticle Balm

Louise Lacquer Let It Go is a periwinkle shimmer foil with aqua microflakes and pink-to-green duochrome shimmer. I was expecting this to be sheer but it is not! It will cover in two thin coats and is on the thicker side but manageable. Quick dry time and nice reflectivity.

Price: $10
Louise Lacquer Let It Go

Louise Lacquer Let It Go

Louise Lacquer Let It Go

Louise Lacquer Let It Go

Louise Lacquer Lucky is a matte black, but I wore it here with top coat. It dries quickly and is very opaque - it might work well for stamping. I did have a bit of undissolved pigment and let Tina know. This polish is a mega-opaque one so you want to keep it off dry skin. It will not stain nails but will cling to any dry skin, as do all opaque blacks.

Price: $10
Louise Lacquer Lucky

Louise Lacquer Lucky

Louise Lacquer Lucky

Louise Lacquer Mystery Princess is a magenta shimmer foil with violet microflakes and pink-to-gold duochrome shimmer. It has a very similar formula to Let It Go, covering in two coats with a quick dry time. It is on the thicker side but manageable and has a really reflective look.

Price: $10
Louise Lacquer Mystery Princess

Louise Lacquer Mystery Princess

Louise Lacquer Mystery Princess

Louise Lacquer Mystery Princess
That wraps up my general overview of previously released polishes from Louise Lacquer! Tina has some lovely multichromes and holos that released recently and a nice catalog of previous releases to chose from. The Cuticle Balm is extremely moisturizing and I strongly recommend it for your winter cuticle needs. Do you see something you might like to pick up? 

*sent by the maker for photography and review*

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