Sep 6, 2014

The Little Lacquer Bean: Welcome To The Country Fair Swatches & Review

 Hi everyone! I'm so excited to showcase a brand new indie brand called The Little Lacquer Bean (don't you just love the name!), created by Kristine from Pink & Polished. Will debut their collection today at 2pm EST. The collection I have for review today is their "Welcome To The Country Fair". Which consist of two holographic polishes, four glitter base polishes and one glitter topper. 
 
 I even have some vinyls that she created, so I will spit my reviews in to two post. Keep a look out! However, the vinyls will be sold on their website here for $4.50 for a pack of 100, $9.00 for a pack of 250, and they will also be offering mystery grabs with  random combo of vinyls. Now for the swatches:
 
 Blue Ribbon Baby- is a gorgeous holographic cobalt blue creme, it has to be one of mt favorites of this collection. I just wish my photo did justice, it is soo holographic, I couldn't stop looking at them, especially under the sun. The formula was perfection, so smooth, it was very easy to apply. This is two coats, sealed with top coat.
 Blue Ribbon Baby (Flash)
Candy Apple- Holy red! I honestly haven't seen a holographic red look this amazing. This is a beautiful red holographic creme. Packed with tons of pinkish/gold holos, it just shines under the sun! It perfect for the upcoming holidays. The formula on this polish was flawless, you can get away with one coat. This is, however, two coats, sealed with top coat.

 
 Candy Apple (Flash)
Falling In October Fest- it is a glitter topper in a clear base. It has yellow, red and orange hexagon/ microglitters and gold squares/microglitters, throughout the polish. For the swatch I layered one coat under a matching colored gradient. Which I think will be perfect for the Fall.
Goldfish In A Bag- is a gorgeous light blue jelly, packed with tons of light blue shimmers and red/blue hexagon and microglitters, throughout the polish. The formula on this polish was a bit thin, however, it was fairly easy to apply.Yo will need more than one coat for full coverage. You can layer one coat, under a dark blue, gives it a nice and delicate look. This is three coats sealed with top coat.
 Sweeter Than Sugar- I just looove this color! It reminded me of frosting. This is a light pale  pink crelly, packed with tons of white and pink hexagons and blue and red micro glitters, throughout the polish. The formula on this polish was surprisingly good, especially with the amount of glitters. Might want to apply the three thin coats, but for me, this is two coats sealed with top coat.
 
 Tractor Pulling- I am not a huge green fan, only for the holidays, but this is green is very unique on it own. Reminds me of a 'Hulk' green shade, packed with tons of gold/green microglitters and green/yellow hexagons. Now the formula on this polish was flawless, it was very smooth and easy to apply. Can you believe this is one coat...yes...this is one coat sealed with top coat.
 Under The Ferris Wheel Lights- is a beautiful holographic light gray crelly, packed with pastel palette hexagons and holo microglitters. One of my top favorite in the this collection, it will go perfect with Sweeter Than Sugar. The formula, again, was surprisingly good, especially with the amount of glitters. Definitely will need to apply more than one coat, but this shade is gorgeous and looks amazing under the light. This is three coats sealed with top coat.
 
Overall the polishes were absolutely amazing, especially for the brands first collection. I am supremely impressed how wonderful all of the colors looked. The formulas on all of the polishes are impressive. I wasn't expecting it to be so smooth and very easy to apply, especially with the amount of glitter and shimmers they have. 

You can purchase their polishes here on their site for $7.50 and $9.00 for Blue Ribbon Baby, Candy Apple and Under The Ferris Wheel Lights.
 
Follow their socials for updates and pictures:
Website:  The Little Lacquer Bean
Instagram: The Little Lacquer Bean
 
**Products were provided for honest review. Please see disclosure policy for more information.**
Hope all of you enjoyed my post today! 
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