Literary Lacquers Miscellaneous Swatch and Review

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**Press Samples**

We are going to start this week off on a fun note! I've got eight miscellaneous beauties from Literary Lacquer to show off today. This isn't an upcoming collection or anything special, just some polishes she sent from already released collections for me to give some extra attention to. I've got a lot to show you, and a sick kid to take care of, so we are going to jump right in.


**WARNING PICTURE HEAVY**
Mirror of Galadriel is inspired by the book Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien.
Mirror of Galadriel is described as "a bright silver mega glitter linear holographic".
Shown is three coats of Mirror of Galadriel with top coat.
Mirror of Galadriel is a basic that everyone needs. Whether to be worn on its own, or play around with sharpies or tints, it is a must have!
$12
in direct light
in direct light

Annabel Lee was inspired by the poem Annabel Lee by Edgar Allen Poe.
Annabel Lee is described as "a grey creme-jelly packed with holographic and iridescent micro glitter, and opalescent flakies ".
Shown is three coats of Annabel Lee with top coat.
Annabel Lee was a quick favorite of mine. A sucker for greys and crellies, how could I not?! Slightly streaky but evens out before you apply top coat.
$10

84, Charing Cross Road
84, Charing Cross Road was designed by Sheila of the blog Pointless Cafe, and is inspired by the book 84, Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff.
84, Charing Cross Road is described as "a sepia taupe subtle holographic loaded with silver glass fleck".
Shown is three coats of 84, Charing Cross Road with top coat.
84, Charing Cross Road is such a classic shade! Browns are such underrated polishes in my opinion. What she did with this one pushes it above and beyond. Anyone would be more than happy to wear it.
$12
in direct light
in direct light

Raspberry Cordial? is inspired by a passage in the book Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maude Montgomery.
Raspberry Cordial? is described as "a raspberry pink linear holo with added holo glitter".
Shown is two coats of Raspberry Cordial? with top coat.
Raspberry Cordial? is juicy and will easily quench a thirst for all things pink. The addition of the red micro glitters gives this beauty the perfect amount of dimension.
$12
in direct light
in direct light

Avada Kedavra is inspired by the killing curse favored by Voldemort and his Death Eaters in the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling.
Avada Kedavra is described as "a black matte polish packed with green and gold holographic glitter".
Shown is three coats of Avada Kedavra without top coat.
Avada Kedavra was another fast favorite of mine. I'm a lover of all things dark and glittery...and this one is packed! Who knew something inspired by something so evil could make me so incredibly happy?!
$10
with top coat
with top coat
with top coat
with top coat in light tent
with top coat in direct light

Swallowed Up in Blue is inspired by, Charles Wallace, a character from the book A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle.
Swallowed Up in Blue is described as "a sky blue linear holo with with a strong pink/red shimmer".
Shown is three coats of Swallowed Up in Blue with top coat.
Swallowed Up in Blue is one of the most fun and flirty shades of blue I've seen! The playfulness in the sparks of pink will keep you distracted from being productive for sure. Not that you'll mind. 
$12
in direct light
in direct light

Vurt-U-Want is inspired by a place in the book Vurt by Jeff Noon.
Vurt-U-Want is described as "a neon pink linear holo packed with holographic glitter".
Shown is three coats of Vurt-U-Want with top coat.
Vurt-U-Want is the perfect neon pink. It's like a highlighter filled with glitter. I think as little girls we all dreamed of a color like this, I even painted my nails with a highlighter once. She brought it to life and filled it with sparkly goodness.
$12
in direct light
in direct light

Je Reviens is named for a sailboat in the book Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier.
Je Reviens is described as "a deep teal linear holo with holographic sparkle".
Shown is three coats of Je Reviens with top coat.
Je Reviens is majestic. That's about the only word I can use to describe it. The color is rich and has so much depth. It will truly leave one speechless.
$12
in direct light
in direct light

Each of these beauties had an incredibly smooth application. Great formulas and easy to manipulate brushes. I barely had to do any clean up on any of these. They are all available now in Literary Lacquer's shop. No need to wait for a release date. All of her polishes range from $9.50 to $13. There is something for everyone there. I love that she takes her inspiration from books. It ranges from the smallest details to passages to characters to the title. It shows that even the smallest of things can inspire ideas that turn into a beautiful reality. Whether you're a book lover or not, you need to check out Literary Lacquer. Great quality, great prices, and great customer service! Make sure you are following Literary Lacquer on all of their social media platforms (links below) to stay updated on news, sales, and releases.

Have you tried Literary Lacquer? Do you have a favorite polish that you own or have seen?

Literary Lacquer information:
Shop -https://www.etsy.com/shop/LiteraryLacquer
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LiteraryLacquers
Fan Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/223352961152042/
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/literarylacquers


My information:
Blog - www.nakedwithoutpolish.com
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LacquerLoversUnite
Twitter - https://twitter.com/NkdWthoutPolish
Pinterest - http://pinterest.com/nkdwthoutpolish/
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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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