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Review: Lacquistry You're Invited

Here's one of the many things I find annoying about Halloween.  You have all these beautiful polishes, but they are all always orange, black, purple or just generally spooky-themed.  This is all fine, but what happens November first?  What happens especially when the polishes don't even arrive until the 5th? Yeah, that's what I thought.  My challenge then is to make the lovely Lacquistry You're Invited into something November 8th appropriate. 

I always love how much glitter there is in Lacquistry polishes.  So many times I've completely ruined a mani because you need a million layers to get decent glitter coverage.  Not You're Invited though.  Being a mixture of black, silver, holo and orange glitter in hexes, squares, micro and diamonds, you get good coverage without having to fish around for anything large than a micro piece.  Application was really good, this polish works super well in a gradient without even really trying.  To make it non-Halloweeny, I layered it over Joe Fresh Turquoise.  Works for me. 







The Verdict:  I think I actually succeed in making this look non-Halloween-like, yay!  I love this polish, I mean, just look at how many different types of glitter there is in the thumb close up.

You can still buy You're Invited from Lacquistry etsy shop as of November 8th for $5.75!

Comments

  1. i always wear my dark polishes in winter, i love all the halloween themed ones i got. i am gonna have to do something like this though :)

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  2. I love it! I have the same mentality with my themed polishes. They're too gorgeous to be stuck in the 1/12th of the year!

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  3. Gorgeous! such an unexpected combination that looks actually great!

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  4. This is really beautiful layering! I *love* turquoise and orange together, and the bright contrast really does take this out of being just for Halloween. And I just love all the awesome shapes and sizes of these glitters! Perfect for a Halloween party, sure, but I think it looks fab paired with polishes like this one for any time of the year. Got to get me some Lacquistry! :D

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  5. ohhh I love this nails paint!!!
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