Oct 3, 2015

LACC Spring/Summer Collection Swatches & Review

Hey everyone! I know summer is over, but I don't think it will ever stop me to pick out some bright and vibrant colors, especially these shades I have for review. A few weeks, I finally had the pleasure in trying out some of LACC Lacquer Spring/Summer '15 Collection.
LACC Lacquer is headquartered in Vancouver and manufactured in New York. They are devoted in providing  you the highest quality nail lacquers that are cruelty free, and without the use of harsh chemicals and toxic ingredients. Which it's more tempting to try as it is vegan, more details on their site. Now lets get to these beauties:
LACC 1961- is a vibrant orange creme and a perfect shade for not just the summer, but also for this Fall! The formula on this polish was impressively good and  you get away with one coat. However this is two coats, sealed with top coat.
LACC 1993- is peachy nude tone creme. This is definitely a unique shade The formula on this polish was great, it was a really nice thin consistency and it flowed nicely onto the nail. I used two coats, sealed with top coat.
LACC 1953-
is lovely pink creme and a favorite of mine. The formula on this polish was fairly good, with a small amount of streakage for the first coat, however, fully covered on the second coat. This is two coat, sealed with top coat.
LACC 1957- is a light pink creme and a lighter version of 1953. The formula on this polish was great, it has a really nice consistency and it flowed nicely onto the nail. I used two coats, sealed with top coat.
LACC 1956- is a gorgeous pastel peach creme and a favorite of mine on this collection. It is the perfect color I would wear no matter the season. The formula on this polish was pretty good considering how thin the consistency. This is two coats sealed with top coat. 
 LACC 1976- is a pastel mint green creme and another favorite of mine. The formula on this polish was fairly good, with a small amount of streakage for the first coat, however, fully covered on the second coat. This is two coat, sealed with top coat.
For this look, I wanted to create a fun design using most of the polishes on the collection. The base is two coats of  LACC 1976. Once the polish was dried, I then used some of the dry brush technique with LACC 1961 and LACC 1953. I then added a stamping design using Essie Good as Gold.
Overall I am very impressed with LACC Lacquer  polishes and their unique shades. I absolutely love this collection! It’s vibrant, highly pigmented, vegan-friendly, 5-free, and beautifully shiny. The formulas were all quite excellent and everything else went on wonderfully. You can purchase this collection and many more of their polishes her on their site.
 
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