Friday, February 5, 2016

Supernatural Lacquer Once Upon a Villain Collection

**Press Samples**
I'm showing you all my first pretties from Supernatural Lacquer today. Not a new brand, but a new to me brand. She sent me a cuticle oil and her upcoming Once Upon a Villain Collection to review. What a wonderful collection to be introduced to a brand! The Once Upon a Villain Collection is inspired by five of everyone's favorite animated Disney villains: Maleficent, Hades, Cruella de Vil, Ursula, and the Evil Queen. Stefanie, the creative genius behind Supernatural Lacquer, did a wonderful job embracing these characters, and bottling their essence.

**WARNING PICTURE HEAVY**
The Devil Wears Spots
The Devil Wears Spots is described as "a white crelly with matte black and red glitter, iridescent glitter, and a red shimmer".
Shown is three coats of The Devil Wears Spots with top coat.
The Devil Wears Spots is inspired by Cruella de Vil from Disney's animated feature 101 Dalmatians. This polish beautifully captures the special sort of evil that is Cruella de Vil. It had a smooth application, and glitter wasn't difficult to get out of the bottle. I didn't have to fish for anything. Three thin coats is necessary to get full coverage with the white base.
$9
in direct light
in direct light

Mistress of All Evil
Mistress of All Evil is described as "a blackened purple base with green and purple duochrome shimmer, a touch of scattered holo, and iridescent green flakies".
Shown is three coats of Mistress of All Evil with top coat.
Mistress of All Evil is inspired by Maleficent from Disney's animated feature Sleeping Beauty. People are drawn to Maleficent's character. She is a favorite among many people. This polish is sure to be treated the same way. You're not going to be able to keep away from it. Her mystery draws you in. Perfect application. Two coats needed for full opacity, but I did a third for extra shimmer and flakies.
$9
in direct light
in direct light

God of the Dead
God of the Dead is described as "a bright aqua blue holo with blue micro flakes".
Shown is three coats of God of the Dead with top coat.
God of the Dead is inspired by Hades from Disney's animated feature Hercules. It's a good thing Stefanie is selling this one in her shop, or else you'd find yourself trying to sell your soul to the devil himself to try to get it. This blue is magnificent! A special color in a class of it's own. A gorgeous formula that applies like butter. I did three coats for a bit of extra sparkle. 'Cause...why not?
$9
in direct light
in direct light

Sorceress of the Sea
Sorceress of the Sea is described as "a dolphin grey crelly with blue and purple shimmer and gunmetal flakies".
Shown is three coats of Sorceress of the Sea with top coat.
Sorceress of the Sea is inspired by Ursula from Disney's animated feature The Little Mermaid. Ursula may be easy to hate, but you'll have a hard time disliking this polish. A beautiful grey that contains a little war within a bottle. The blue and purple shimmer seem to fight to be in the spotlight. It's a wonderful sight to see. Smooth and beautiful application.
$9
in direct light
in direct light

Fairest One of All
Fairest One of All is described as "a black jelly with purple and blue shimmer, and metallic red micro glitter".
Shown is three coats of Fairest One of All with top coat.
Fairest One of All is inspired by the Evil Queen from Disney's animated feature Snow White. I don't know about you, but this lady scares the bejeezus out of me! Literally, the queen of resting bitch face for sure. This one surprised me...in the best way possible. In the bottle, I thought it was pretty, but I didn't think it would win me over. I knew all the others would be incredible, but this one definitely changed my mind. Stunning and haunting all at the same time.
$9
in direct light
in direct light

The Once Upon a Villain Collection will be available to the public on February 12th. The whole collection will $42.50 and individual bottles will be $9. You're totally going to want the whole collection though. No doubt about it. All 5 are incredible! I'm so glad Supernatural Lacquer is in my life now. I'm more than impressed with the polish. Well made (5-Free and fantastic formula), great price, quick shipping, good customer service. What more could you ask for?


I've been using this cuticle oil for about 2 weeks and have seen a tremendous improvement. Even though I had been moisturizing daily with my usual, wonderful products, my hands got really dry and nothing was helping. Very impressed! The scent is subtle and not overwhelming, so that's a plus too. For those of you who don't enjoy rollers, you can take a small concealer brush, brush it on the roller, and then apply to your nail. 
Cuticle Oil ingredients: jojoba oil, grapeseed oil, 100% vegetable glycerine, essential oils and/or skin approved fragrance oils.
Cuticle Oil Scents: Baby Powder, Better Than Sex Cake, Buttercream Frosting, Cappuccino Espresso, Cinnamon Apple, Cranberry, Cream Soda, Fruit Loops, Gingerbread, Jelly Beans, Lavender, Love Spell Type (VS), Mango Pineapple, Peppermint, Unscented, and Yule Time (Fir + Cranberry).
$7.50

Have you tried Supernatural Lacquer before? Any of these jump out at you, or do you have a favorite already?

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**The products in this post were provided to me by the manufacturer for photography and my honest review. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky  :o)

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