Wildflower Lacquer has a pre-order open by midday CDT April 22. This month options the brand new launch of the Classics Assortment, impressed by feminine stars, and Slug Bug 2.0, a re-release of a small batch polish that’s again on account of big in style demand. Every polish is priced at $13 individually and $87.50 for the complete Classics Assortment. Let’s test them out!
*despatched by the maker for evaluation*
Wildflower Lacquer Aretha is a cadmium yellow jelly with copper-gold-green multichrome crystal iridescent flakes. I wore it in 4 skinny coats and it dried shortly. It wants prime coat for smoothness and shine.
Wildflower Lacquer Audrey is a claret jelly with holo microflakes. I wore it in 4 skinny coats, however two or three will cowl. Fewer coats will seem pinker and extra coats deeper and redder. It has a pleasant, fast dry time.
Wildflower Lacquer Billie is a pale grey jelly with pink-gold-green multichrome iridescent shimmer and holo microflakes. I wore it in 4 skinny coats, however two or three will cowl. Good formulation and fast dry time.
Wildflower Lacquer Judy is a deep maroon with sturdy purple-pink-gold multichrome shimmer and holo microflakes. I wore it in three skinny coats, however two will cowl. The dry time is quick and it has a superb formulation that wants prime coat for shine.
Wildflower Lacquer Lucille is a pale dusty pink jelly with pink-gold-green multichrome iridescent shimmer and scattered holo shimmer. I wore it in 4 skinny coats, however two or three will cowl. It had a pleasant, fast-drying formulation.
Wildflower Lacquer Marilyn is a tomato pink jelly with copper-gold-green multichrome iridescent shimmer and holo microflakes. It’s proven right here in 4 skinny coats, however two or three will cowl. The dry time is fast and it wants prime coat for shine.
Wildflower Lacquer Patsy is a darkish teal with gold-green-blue multichrome iridescent shimmer. I wore it in three skinny coats, however two will cowl. It has an excellent, quick-drying formulation. This feels just like the teal model of Slug Bug!
Lastly, I’ve Wildflower Lacquer Slug Bug 2.0. This can be a re-release of a small batch polish. It’s an vintage ruby with intense red-gold duochrome shimmer. I wore it in three skinny coats, however one or two will cowl. This shade is significantly intense! It would stain dry pores and skin, so I like to recommend cautious sharpening. It additionally will very possible go away a noticeable stain in your nails. I wore it for a pair days with common base, and had a marked pink tint to my nail mattress for a number of days later, however the stain was not everlasting. For me, these intense glowy shades are well worth the staining as a result of these pigments are the one ones that get this precise impact. If staining bothers you, go on this one, but when it does not and you like the last word glow-from-within polishes, I extremely suggest it.
Now for stay swatches!
The April pre-order is open by midday CDT, April 22. Make sure you take a look at the store you probably have your eye on any of those, as a result of the model has switched to doing principally pre-orders, so there isn’t a assured any of them might be accessible once more. My faves this month are Slug Bug 2.0, Marilyn, and Audrey, as a result of pink is my jam!
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