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Review: Lacquistry Golf Shorts

If you've been reading this blog for a while, you may have noticed that have something of an affinity for indie polishes.  The more glitter you can pack into a polish while it not being solid in the bottle, the better.  That reason alone is why I will always <3 Lacquistry.  I mean, look at the photos below! That's a ridiculous amount of glitter! Anyway, let's take a closer look at Lacquistry Golf Shorts.

Golf Shorts is a polish with bright orange (not copper) glitter suspended in a clear base with super huge green and gold accent glitter.  I just love this one, cos I mean, how often do you see this kind thing?  Very rarely.  Application is never the best with polishes like this but I'd rather fight with the glitter than have not enough.  This is three coats and when I was editing the photos I noticed a few bald spots but whatever, it's so sparkly that it's hard to see in person. 






The Verdict:  MAKE MORE LIKE THIS PLEASE JENNA.  I mean, this actually looks like an abstract plaid and I didn't have to do hardly anything.  <3

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  1. I have golf socks and love it. I feel like they would look great together as an accent nail or something!

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