Friday, July 1, 2016

Lolita Lacquer - Lacq-Car Club Collection Part II (swatches and review)

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Hi guys! Today I the  Lacq-Car Club Collection Part II. Last May Mira released Part I, which you can see Here. Part II consists of five polishes all inspired by awesome cars! Lowriders, Club Cars and just awesome paint jobs in general! Lets take a look!

Mint Mobile is a mint crelly filled with silver/platinum flakies! This beauty is inspired buy all the classic mint cars with chrome details! Here I did two coats plus topcoat. The flakies laid pretty smooth on their own, but the topcoat really smoothed it out. They were also easy to remove.

Gypsy Rose is the most gorgeous crelly/glitter combo! It is completely inspired by the famous "Gypsy Rose" Lowrider, which can be seen Here. It is a medium pink crelly filled with various sizes and finishes of hex glitters in purple, green, lavender, orange, yellow..... Seriously a beauitful combo!
For my photos I did two coats plus topcoat. Due to the glitters this will be just a tad on the ornery side to remove.

Bluevard Cruise is a beautiful blurple jelly filled with colro shifting flakies and is inspired by glowious pain jobs in general! My photos came out a tad more on the blue side. Here I did two coats plus topcoat. Again the flakies were easily removed.

Sancha is a beautiful kelly green crelly with a subtle scattered holo. It is inspired by a Truck that Mira's husband had and painted the same color. He named it Sancha,  which in Spanish means "The Other Woman"! Great formula that needed just two coats plus topcoat!

Jeep-ers is a gorgeous, bright pink filled with silver flakies! This one is inspired by the pink Barbie Jeep! Here I did two coats, but depending on your application, you may need a third. 

The Lacq-Car Club Collection Part II will be available in Lolita Lacquer's shop on July 1st! From the 1st thru the 3rd the collection will be available for $35 + Shipping. After that, it will go up to the regular price of $40 + Shipping. Individual bottles will also be available!

Thanks for reading!

1 comment:

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