Anonymous Lacquer Muah!, Sea of Stars, Make Midas Blush [Hella Holo Customs] swatch + review

Press Sample buttonGood morning all! I am so excited to share these nail polishes from Anonymous Lacquer today. These three polishes – Muah!, Sea of Stars, and Make Midas Blush – are Mildred’s contribution for the month of February for Hella Holo Customs. Be sure to read to the end for how you can purchase these three. (If you’re looking for the other maker for February, Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer, click here.)

Anonymous Lacquer Hella Holo Customs Muah!, Sea of Stars, Make Midas Blush | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Anonymous Lacquer Muah! 3-finger pose | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Anonymous Lacquer Muah! macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

First up is Muah!, a “warm purple loaded with linear holo and micro glitters in purples, grays, burgundy and flakies in an array of colors.”

Anonymous Lacquer Muah! | Be Happy And Buy Polish

This is 3 thin coats plus top coat. But if you aren’t doing photos like me, you could do 2 coats just fine. It does dry matte, so top coat is needed.

Anonymous Lacquer Muah! sun photo | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Anonymous Lacquer Muah! sun photo macro blurred | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Formula is good on this, it’s jelly-ish. (Look at that beautiful red sparkle!) This is such a gorgeous polish!

Anonymous Lacquer Sea of Stars 3-finger pose | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Anonymous Lacquer Sea of Stars macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Next is Sea of Stars, a “a blue with cool tone linear holo with teal and purple iridescence shimmer.”

Anonymous Lacquer Sea of Stars | Be Happy And Buy Polish

This is 3 thin coats plus top coat, but again, you could do 2 coats just fine. It also dries matte.

Anonymous Lacquer Sea of Stars sun photo | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Anonymous Lacquer Sea of Stars sun photo macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Formula is also good on this, it’s a jelly-ish polish. I didn’t have staining on my nails with this, but I did a bit around my skin – just something to be aware of when you’re taking the polish off!

Anonymous Lacquer Make Midas Blush 3-finger pose | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Anonymous Lacquer Make Midas Blush macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Last is my favorite, Make Midas Blush, a “rose gold with linear holo and a pink flash.”

Anonymous Lacquer Make Midas Blush | Be Happy And Buy Polish

This is 3 thicker coats plus top coat. It is a bit more sheer, hence why I used thicker coats.

Anonymous Lacquer Make Midas Blush sun photo | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Anonymous Lacquer Make Midas Blush macro sun photo | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Though the formula is more sheer than the other two, I didn’t experience any running around or pooling, always a win! Plus this is definitely my favorite of the three.

These three polishes are available only to members of the Hella Holo Customs group on Facebook. If you would like to join, send an email to hellaholocustoms@gmail.com with “Join” in the subject line.

The other maker for this month is Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer and I’ll be sharing those polishes with you later this week (maybe even tomorrow or Thursday if I can get photos taken & edited fast enough!). I’d love to know what you think of these three though so please leave me a comment!

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13 thoughts on “Anonymous Lacquer Muah!, Sea of Stars, Make Midas Blush [Hella Holo Customs] swatch + review

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