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Review: Lacquistry Fireplace

Oh, the days before my broken middle finger nail...you know, prior to last Thursday.  Look at it, so strong, so proud, so matching everything else.  Sigh.  That being said, I'm super excited to show you this Lacquistry polish.  I have sooo many Lacquistry polishes and while I love a good giant glitter, she's been doing some amazing things with finer glitters.  Today, we'll be looking at Fireplace.

Fireplace is the most amazing collection of black, charoal and silver micro glitters, with a couple of larger black pieces thrown in.  I was a little sceptical of this on the description but it's so amazing on, I think I might actually have to wear this again, which is practically unheard of for me.  Application was really good, what you see below is two coats.  Doesn't it look like I rolled my fingers in the fireplace, but in the best, sparkliest, shiniest way possible?




























The Verdict:  <3, as always.  You can buy Lacquistry polishes from Jenna's Etsy store for ~$8 each.  I find the best way is to sign up for notifications and be ready to go when the store opens.

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  1. This is fantaaaastic!!!!! :D

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  2. Looks awesome! You're totally right about having rolled your nails in the fireplace in the best possible way. Looks FREAKIN AMAZING

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