Monday, July 21, 2014

Lisa Lacquer Review

Press Sample
Hi there Polished Babes! Today I have a review of a new line of nail polish called, Lisa Lacquer. I was contacted by the owner to review a few of her Pastel and Summer Collection polishes and I have two from each collection to show you today. You'd be happy to know that these polishes are vegan, four free, and cruelty free. Let's get right to it!
Lisa-Lacquer
L to : Pistachio Ice Cream, Denim Cutoffs, Beach Bonfire, & Rise and Shine
*Sorry for the way my skin looks in these photos. I don't know what my camera was doing and I have no idea how to fix it*

Perfect Pastels Collection:
Rise and Shine is a pastel yellow creme with a light shimmer. It is shown below with three coats. The polish was streaky on the first two coats, but leveled out well after the third was applied. I absolutely love this yellow and the shimmer gives it a unique feel.
Lisa Lacquer Rise and Shine

Lisa Lacquer Rise and Shine

Pistachio Ice Cream is a pastel mint creme polish. The formula was rather thin, so careful application should be taken to avoid flooding the cuticle area with the polish. The polish was slightly patchy because of the thinness, but looked great after the third coat. It had an amazing shine, even without topcoat.
Lisa Lacquer Pistachio Ice Cream

Lisa Lacquer Pistachio Ice Cream

Summer Love Collection:
Demin Cutoffs is a light blue creme with a dusty feel. It has a beautiful shimmer that it more apparent in real life, than appears on the photos. The formula was absolutely perfect and went on easily in just two coats. I can never get enough of these types of blues. 
Lisa Lacquer Denim Cutoffs

Lisa Lacquer Denim Cutoffs

Beach Bonfire is a bright reddish orange creme. It almost has the consistency of a crelly. The formula was good, but very sheer. Four coats were needed, but there was still some visible nail line. This one also dries to a super high shine finish.
Lisa Lacquer Beach Bonfire

Lisa Lacquer Beach Bonfire

In all, my experience with this brand has been a good one. These polishes are not the most unique shades, but they are beautiful and they lasted pretty well over the course of several days. You can purchase Lisa Lacquers from their website. Each polish retails for $7 for a full size (12ml) bottle. 

Have a good one


4 comments:

  1. Their bottles totally remind me of Essie. Some very bright colors here. They look great!

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  2. PolishedtoPrecisionJuly 22, 2014 at 12:42 AM

    That's what immediately came to my mind when I opened the package! Thank you hun!

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  3. Agreed, these remind me of Essie. The colors are amazing & you photographed them well.

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  4. These colors look amazing. I really like the simplicity of the bottles :D

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