Thursday, April 14, 2016

Anonymous Lacquer Customs Trio

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Long time no talk! Sorry I've been MIA. Today I wanted to share with you the Customs Trio by Anonymous Lacquer. It will be available first to her Adorably Anonymous, on April 15th. Public sales will happen on April 29th.

Mildred had group members post photos of their custom polishes that she made and opened up the floor for voting.  The top three choices were remade for sale with the original owner's permission.  Boy, am I glad this happened!!!

First polish I used is called Perez Pink.  I can only describe it as a barbie pink holographic.  It's really gorgeous!  Don't ask about the stamping...I have no good explanation of the color choices.

Formula:  On point.  Not too thick, not too thin.  Very smooth.
Application:  Covered completely in 2 coats.  It could pool on the sides of the nail if you go too heavy with the coats.  I added glossy top coat.
Wear:  Three days with no chipping or dullness.  Very minimal tip wear.
Removal:  As expected

Second polish up is called Impossible Dreams.  An orchid toned purple holo that you really must have!  My first time using gold flakes, so I'm not too sure how I'm feeling about that, but I do love the mask charm.  ;)

Formula:  Great formula, same as the first.
Application:  Covered completely in 2 coats.  Could pool at the sides of the nail if you go too heavy with the coats (I may have done this.) I added glossy top coat.
Wear:  N/A Only swatched.
Removal:  As expected

Last polish in the Customs Trio is my favorite, by far.  701° Fahrenheit is my dream color.  Kind of a peachy coral holo with larger holo glitters.  I did a gradient using all 3.  It got a little tricky since this one has some extra larger glitters, but I liked it anyway.  

Formula:  Very smooth even with the added glitters.  Not too thick, not too thin.
Application:  Covered completely in 2 coats.  I added glossy top coat.
Wear:  I wore the gradient for several days with no issues, but not this polish alone.  I have it on my toes right now, day 3, and it's still beautiful.  I feel like polish on my toes could survive a nuclear strike though.  LOL!
Removal:  A little hard to say since I removed after I had applied the gradient.  The added glitter made it harder to remove than a straight holo, but nothing crazy.

I'm curious if you'll be picking this trio up.  Lacq it or Leave it?