Morning everyone! Do you ever have days where, for no reason whatsoever, you just feel meh? Yeah, kinda having that day. Also, I feel kind of meh about Vapid Lacquer Fish Out of Water, which I feel bad about because it was a birthday gift. Let’s talk about it!
Fish Out of Water is a turquoise green with golden shimmer. Formula was thin and application was brushstrokey. It dries matte. This is 2 coats plus top coat.
Like…there’s nothing wrong with this polish. It’s a pretty polish. Maybe after seeing so many beautiful pictures of it, I just felt underwhelmed when I actually got it on my nails. Do you ever feel like that with polishes? Let me know about it in the comments!
Happy Saturday everyone! I hope you are having a good weekend so far. Today I’m back with another comparison post! I discovered recently that I actually really enjoy doing these so if you have suggestions for comparison posts, please comment. Okay, but today I have Vapid Lacquer Cyber Punk versus Great Lakes Lacquer The Centre Cannot Hold. (I will be showing these off individually at a later date, just not today. Too many photos as it is!)
First some bottle shots! Cyber Punk seems more pink in the bottle than TCCH. TCCH seems to more easily shift in the bottle than CP. Now let’s take a look at each on the nail! Continue reading
I am so honoured to be on Jessica’s blog today! Be Happy And Buy Polish has been one of my favourite blogs to follow ever since I first started getting into nail art and Jessica is a delight. I hope you’ll enjoy the nail art I have to share with you today, and if you do, come and visit me at Painted Fingertips!
I’ve used two gorgeous polishes from Vapid Lacquer to create this nail art. I started off with a base of Vapid Spider and the Fly, a stunning forest green. Once it was completely dry, I made some patterns on my nails using tape and painted over it with Vapid Cryogenic Refrigerant. I peeled the tape off carefully and added a top coat to finish it off.
I’m relatively new to Vapid Lacquer, despite the fact that it’s been popular in the nail world for a while now, and I am really glad I got my hands on these! They are gorgeous and work beautifully together.
What do you think?
Thank you Jessica for letting me share these!
Thank YOU, Kerry, for guest posting today. I hope you are following Kerry – she always has such wonderful nail art and inventive color combinations. Find her on Facebook, instagram, and twitter.
Hmmm a fall manicure when Christmas is right around the corner? I know, I know, I’m behind in showing you my manicures. But oh well. At least I’m showing it to you in the same year I had it on my nails! 😉 For this manicure I used: CrowsToes Nail Color Orange-Blooded, Polished For Days Son of a Nutcracker [gift], Vapid Lacquer Sweaters ‘N’ Denim, and OPI Going My Way or Norway?
I started off with 3 coats plus top coat of CrowsToes Nail Color Orange-blooded on my thumb and pinky. This is a navy blue jelly polish with glitters of orange and a deeper orange. Continue reading
This manicure was one of those, “I’ll start with these polishes and see where I end up” manis. 😛 Which are actually fun to do because sometimes they really work out and you love them (and yes, sometimes they don’t work out). I first started off with Vapid Lacquer Round ‘N’ Round and Girly Bits Cosmetics Terra [Hella Holo Customs nail polish].
I started off with Vapid Lacquer Round ‘N’ Round [gift] on my pointer and pinky fingers. This is a pink-purple with beautiful copper shimmer. No complaints on formula or application. This is 3 coats plus top coat.
So funny story about this polish – I could have sworn that I showed it to you. Like, I searched my archives several times and was surprised each time it came back that I had not, indeed, shown it to you. I guess it’s about high time you get to see my swatches of Vapid Lacquer Happily Ever After.
Happily Ever After is a pale pink-purple linear holographic nail polish.
I don’t have anything in my notes about formula, so I guess it couldn’t have applied too badly! 😉 This is 3 coats plus top coat.
Well I hope the rest of your week goes well!
Morning all! I’m just getting back into the swing of things after our trip and I am freaking tired! So hopefully you don’t mind a quick swatch and review of Vapid Lacquer Problem Child.
Problem Child is a purple mauve holographic polish.
This is 3 coats plus top coat. No issues to report on formula!
Have you taken any trips lately?