Wednesday, February 19, 2014

The Jiggles Collection by Loaded Lacquer

Press Sample
Happy Hump Day Polished Babes!!! Today is my middle child's birthday! My Tony is 9 years old!! Happy Birthday Tony Dude! I really love that little boy more that he will ever know. He's so smart, silly, and just a great kid. He's always a joy and I am blessed to be his mother. Today I have a review of some pretties by the awesome Heather of Loaded Lacquer. These awesome jellies come in a variety of bold and vibrant colors. I have four to show you today. I am also including some of Heather's glitter creations with these looks. In order to avoid any crazy redundancy, I will just say that all of these polishes have fantastic formulas. The jiggles have perfect jelly formulas and the glitters are super easy to use.

Coconut is a white crelly that is sheer and can be layered to achieve your desired look. I used three coats without topcoat for these pictures. Alone, it is simple, clean, and versatile.

I added a lightly dabbed coat of Faded to Pink, a beautiful glitter topper with pink, white, and brown glitters in a clear base. This glitter combo is so fun and girly. Not a kiddie girly, but perfect for the grown woman!

I decided to create a jelly sammich and layered an additional layer of  Coconut after the addition of Faded to Pink and it resulted in an instant transformation! Practically a brand new mani!

Licorice is a black jelly polish with a really sheer formula. Well...of course, it's a jelly! Duh! Haha! Anyway, the sheerness of the formula makes this black perfect to use for almost anything. Here it is layered with 3 coats and no topcoat. Do you see that shine?! WOW!

To spice up this black polish, I added The Dog At My Homework glitter topper. This is such a fun mix and I really love how the name plays on the shreds of glitter that are included! It is a mixture of lime green, white, black, and silver glitters in a clear base. How cute is this?!

Again, I created a jelly sammich by adding an additional layer of Licorice over the glitter topper. I cannot get enough of this! I makes it look like the glitters are floating on the nail! Ahhhh!!!!

Island Punch is a vibrant blue jelly polish. This color is just gorgeous! Again, three coats were used without topcoat and it still shined like crazy.

Although Island Punch is perfect all alone, I added a dabbed coat of Bathtub Time Machine. These go great together and the bright glitters really pop over the vibrant blue base.

Yep...you guessed it! Another jelly sammich! One coat of Island Punch was added after the glitter. This one didn't translate to the nail as well as the others because of the bright blue color. It was still really cute though.

Fig is a deep purple jelly polish. Although this one appeared to be the darkest (beside the black), it seemed to be more sheer and took four coats to reach the look shown below. I did not use topcoat.

As soon as I saw this one, I knew I needed to pair it with Fluffy Macaroons. This is such a lovely glitter combo and consists of lavender, periwinkle, white, pale yellow, and mint colored glitters in a clear base. Gah....I just love this glitter. Feminine. Delicate. Just gorgeous.

To create the jelly sammich, I added a very light coat of Fig. I really LOVE how this one turned out! It's always so amazing to see the transformation of the glitters once sandwiched!

As with everything I have tried from Loaded Lacquer, these polishes are top notch! Heather came out with a bang at the end of last year and she continues to produce fun, creative, and high quality nail polishes. Be sure to head over to the website to check out the Jiggle Collection and all of the other pretties that are available today. Click HERE to go directly to the site. Be sure to follow the brand on TwitterFacebookPinterest, and Instagram.

What do you think of these? Have you ever created any jelly sammiches?


2 comments:

  1. Aw happy birthday, Tony! These polishes look amazing! I can't even decide on a favorite!

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  2. Thank you so much!!! Her formulas are fantastic!

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