Saturday, August 3, 2013

Doctor Lacquer Review & Swatches


Today I have swatches and a review of some polishes from Doctor Lacquer!! Three from the Go Tropical Collection and one from the Summer Neons Collection.


DRAGONFRUIT
Is a UV color changing polish. Creamy gray in shade and then purple in the sun! Applies amazing! Formula on all of these is pretty perfect. And retrieving glitters is no problem at all. Here I have three coats over white on my ring finger and the rest are three coats on it's own.



SOURSOP
Is another UV color changing polish. Goes from a pistachio green crelly in the shade to a dusty purple in the sun. Again, applies beautifully. Here I have two coats over white.



POMELO
Changes from white in the shade to pink in the sun! I think at the time that I photographed this one the sun must have been hiding behind a cloud because it did not get as strong of pink as I've seen. Here I have two coats over white. Again application was perfect. 



NEON RAIN
Is a glitterbomb topper with neon pink, neon blue, and neon green multisized glitters in a clear base. Application was great!!! Here is two coats over OPI "Eurso Euro". And on the ring finger I did a chevron design with China Glaze "Shocking Pink" and Island Girl "Sugar Cane".


And here is Neon Rain in regular lighting and under blacklight!



These are probably some of the most perfect glitter/crelly formulas I've seen. So easy to work with. And who doesn't love color changing polish?! Head on over to http://doctorlacquer.storenvy.com/ to purchase some of these beauties!

xo, Colleen




DISCLAIMER: These polishes were sent to for the purpose of review/swatch. These are my 100% honest opinions. I was not compensated in any way, nor am I affiliated with Doctor Lacquer products.

4 comments:

  1. I love them all! I think Neon Rain is my favorite :)

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    1. It's so hard. They're all so pretty! But I think Neon Rain is my favorite too. You can do so much with it.

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