Blush Lacquers Tea Tappin’ Flapper
Tea Tappin’ Flapper is described as a deep olive base with brown tones, a golden green shimmer and holo flakes. This is the one that jumped out to me immediately. I have always loved ugly pretty colors and this one is incredible. It has the flawless Blush formula. It glides on easily and effortlessly. I used 3 coats for my swatches but that was just for the sake of the camera. 2 coats covers beautifully. The brush is my favorite brush ever, it’s a wide oval brush but it fits my small nails perfectly. This is 3 thin coats with glossy top coat.
Blush Lacquers Wildest Dreams
Wildest Dreams is described as a muted lavender base with a subtle pink to bronze to gold shifting multichrome (green can be seen at extreme angles) and scattered holo. You’re gonna need a kleenex cause this baby will make you drool! It is literally like perfection. She looks so sweet and innocent in the bottle but she really comes out to play on the nails. A beautiful shade that is office appropriate but also makes your hands look glamorous. This is 2 flawless coats, I thought it would need 3 but it’s perfect in 2. Sealed with glossy top coat.
Blush Lacquers Lipstick Matchsticks
Lipstick Matchsticks is described as a bright, flashy red base with pink tones and a matching red shimmer. This color just screams roaring 20’s to me. If you love sexy bright shades this beauty is for you. I see just a bit of VNL on my middle finger I believe but it wasn’t visible to the naked eye. Flawless formula. Goes on smooth and dries very quickly. This is 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Blush Lacquers Splendid!
Splendid! is described as a soft camel colored base with a subtle gold to bronze shifting shimmer and holo flakes. I wasn’t sure what to think when holo flakes first started showing up but I freaking adore them now! Another flawless formula. Glides on completely effortlessly. These all apply so easily that they just stay exactly where you apply, so no flooded cuticles or running off the sides.. for those of you with an extreme C curve like I have. You are going to want to wear Blush forever. My swatches show 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Blush Lacquers Swingin’ at the Savoy
Swingin’ at the Savoy is described as a deep sapphire base with a subtle blue-purple (teal in extreme angles) shifting multichrome, a light touch of scattered holo and gold micro flakes. I didn’t get to an extreme enough angle to see the teal, but I love the sublte purple shift. The addition of the scattered holo is the icing on this blue cake. I’m wearing two easy coats with glossy top coat.
Blush Lacquers This Side of Paradise
This Side of Paradise is described as a mint base with a soft copper to bronze to gold shifting shimmer, scattered holo and bronze micro flakes. This one probably could have used a third coat as I can still see a bit of VNL, but it’s so incredibly beautiful I don’t even mind. I’m still wearing this one right now and have no plans of taking it off anytime soon. Love. Love. Love. This is 2 coats with glossy top coat.
So how many of these can you not live without? Or are you going to treat yourself to the whole collection? My personal favorites are Tea Tappin’ Flapper, Wildest Dreams, and This Side of Paradise. If you haven’t tried Blush Lacquers yet now is the time. Actually the time was a year ago, but better late than never right? 🙂
The 1929 Collection is releasing Friday, February 23rd at 7pm EST on Blush’ website linked below. It will also be available on Girly Bits at a later date. The full collection retails for $56.50 and individual shades are priced as follows:
- Lipstick Matchsticks: $10.75
- Splendid!: $9.00
- Swingin’ At The Savoy: $10.75
- This Side Of Paradise: $8.50
- Toe Tappin’ Flapper: $8.75
- Wildest Dreams: $8.75
Until next time, stay polished!