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Review: Lacquistry Jessica Rabbit

I've done so many Lacquistry posts now I'm struggling to come up with an original introduction.  It's pretty clear now that I have a lot of Lacquisty polishes, mostly because I got some before she was constantly sold out and am good at jumping on the notification emails from etsy.  I'm sorry to keep going on about polishes that will be almost impossible to get but LOOK AT THIS, HOW COULD I NOT REVIEW IT??

Lacquistry Jessica Rabbit (no, hands, not reddit, rabbit) is the most amazing sparkly red, like ever.  The base is a nice red tint and just packed with all the types of red glitter.  Coverage and application was really good, as usual, getting to full opacity in three coats.   These types of polishes are a little rough but with a coat or two of Seche Vite it's smooth enough.  This is so awesome I had someone do a double take at the them in the elevator this morning.  Win for me!







The Verdict: Love it!  I also love how my middle finger is recovering :).

You can get Lacquistry polishes from Jenna's etsy store (when they're in stock) for $8.75 each.

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