Thursday, October 18, 2018

Seventy Seven Nail Lacquer ' Fall 2018 Small Batch Polishes'

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Hi guys! Today I have the beautiful Fall 2018 Small Batch Polishes from Seventy Seven Nail Lacquer to share with you! They are available in limited quantities, so don't dawdle!

Pomona is a pink toned red with orange shimmer, a touch of green shimmer and some copper sparks. Its a little sheer, but builds up nicely. Here I did three coats plus topcoat. It dried a teeny dull on its own and was easy to remove.

Arista is a violet base filled with copper shimmer and sparks, as well as red/purple shimmer. This one is a bit on thinner side. Here I did three thin coats plus topcoat. It applies a little brush strokey, but those disapper as it dries. It was also easy to remove.

Demeter is a grayed taupe filled with pink/red sparks and pink, purple and red microflakes. Here I did two coats plus topcoat. Depending on your application you may need a third. It dried a little dull, but was easy to remove. 

Persephone is a blurple jelly base filled with pink microflakes and red, gold and orange flakes. Being a jelly, this is on the sheer side. Here I did three coats plus topcoat. You can still see my nail line, so if you're not into that you can always layer this over a similarly colored base. This applied well and needed topcoat to smooth out the flakies. 

Crisanta is a slightly gray toned nude creme with gold microflakes and violet shimmer. I did three coats plus topcoat, It applied smooth, dried pretty shiny and remove easily.

Octavia is a teal base filled with orange shimmer and a teeny bit of purple/red shimmer. This is also on the sheer side, so I did three thin coats plus topcoat. It applied with some brush strokes, but they died down as it dried. This was also easy to remove.

Love them! I really think most of these are worthy of being more than small batches! My favorites are Octavia and Demeter

The Fall 2018 Small Batch Polishes are available in Connie's shop now. There were only about 20 of each polish made, so you'll want to make sure you grab what you want before they're gone!

Thanks for reading!

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