I have a very colorful and sparkly little collection from Lollipop Posse Lacquer to share with you all today. The Women of Words Collection has just recently released and is what we need to get out of that winter blues. It is full of bright, saturated colors. There are 5 colors in this collection all with the same finish. They are holographic but also have some additional shimmer and sparkle added in. The formula were great across the board. Nice and smooth with just two coats needed for full opacity. Let's take a look at these beauties!
I Give You Your Faults - A blue toned teal with linear holographic shimmer and gold/bronze microshimmer. The tone of this teal is very nice. I like the more blue lean that is has.
You Are the Gull (Strong and Wild) - A deep saturated blue with subtle linear holographic shimmer and bright blue microflakie shimmer. What a deep blue! It almost has a little bit of a purple lean in some lights.
Half So Interesting - A deep spruce green with linear holographic shimmer and blue/gold microflakie shimmer. This is a great green! It is dark but bright and supper shimmery.
Really Almost Beautiful - A bright magenta linear holographic with bright sliver microflakies. The silver microflakies are more prominent in this shade than the microflakies in the other polishes in the collection. The extra sparkle looks great with this pink shade.
Courage, Dear Heart - A bright gold holographic with golden microflakie shimmer and a distinct green undertone. This is an interesting shade. It looks gold most of the time but then turns a little more chartreuse in some lighting. I dig it!
Aren't these colors nice? I really like the green and the yellow but all of them are keepers. The Women of Words Collection is available now from the Lollipop Posse Lacquer online store. You can get them indivually for $12 each or get the whole collection for $60. They have deals on shipping right on the home page and also offer international shipping. Which of these will you be picking up?
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