Friday, June 8, 2012

NailVenturous Lacquers Robin Laid An Egg - Swatches and Review

What a fun polish I have for you tonight! Amy from NailVenturous Lacquers is super talented and has created some truly amazing polishes. Robin Laid an Egg is no exception. 


NailVenturous Robin Laid An Egg

Robin Laid an Egg is fun but not overpowering or overly "blingy." It is a white base with small purple, blue and gold glitter. It applied very well - the glitter distributed evenly without any manipulating at all. It was nearly completely smooth BEFORE I put on the top coat. How awesome is that for a glitter?! 

For the photos I used 1 coat of Robin Laid an Egg over 1 coat of Milani White on the Spot on all fingers EXCEPT my thumb. My thumb has 3 coats of Robin Laid an Egg on its own so you can see that it does become opaque if you choose not to layer it.

NailVenturous Robin Laid An Egg

NailVenturous Robin Laid An Egg
 
NailVenturous Robin Laid An Egg

NailVenturous Robin Laid An Egg

NailVenturous Robin Laid An Egg

NailVenturous Robin Laid An Egg

3 coats by itself on the left, 1 coat over white on the right

NailVenturous Robin Laid An Egg


NailVenturous Lacquers are available in Amy's Etsy Store but she is currently on hiatus. Make sure to follow her Facebook page to stay up-to-date on the latest news and re-stock date! You will not want to miss it!




12 comments :

  1. Love all of Amy's polishes and this one is no let down. White bases with glitter are my favorite :)

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  2. As you know, I am a huge fan of Amy and her polishes! I love this one and it looks great on you! Fantastic job!

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  3. So pretty and candy like! Nice colours on you.

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  4. This really looks yummy. Fabulous looking polish. Love the white base.

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  5. This polish is just so cute!!! :D

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  6. It looks very very pretty, especially over white!

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  7. a new tip I have been learning is putting a white base for light colors. Do you do this for all light colors? What is a tip for very sheer polishes?

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    1. Annette G - I usually layer polishes that have a sheer or light base over similar colors, especially for glitters. Glitters can be a major pain to remove, especially if you have many coats of them on. Plus layering helps to conserve the yummy goodness. :)

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