Thursday, April 20, 2017

Leesha's Lacquer Gothic Spring Collection Swatch and Review

**Press Samples**
Last week I showed you all the PolishCon NYC exclusive and limited edition polishes that will be at the table for Leesha's Lacquer. In that post I told you she would be releasing a few new collections at the Con. I've got the first of those collections to show you all today! This is the Gothic Spring Collection. A set of five shimmery, shifting polishes that is the perfect way to transition seasons. Keep reading to find out more!
**WARNING PICTURE HEAVY**
Eerily
Eerily is described as "a gorgeous silver polish with a smattering of holo and a touch of gold and blue shift".
Shown is three coats of Eerily with top coat.
Eerily is beautiful mix of metallics. I'm fond of silver and gold together. It had a beautiful application and easy to work with formula. I did three coats to ensure full opacity I'm not fond of mini bottles and find them difficult to work with so I have to do more coats to ensure coverage with the smaller brushes. It is a metallic so expect the brush strokes to be slightly visible.
$4 (mini)/$8 (full)

Romanesque
Romanesque is described as "a deep burgundy with gold shift and purple shimmer".
Shown is two coats of Romanesque with top coat.
Romanesque is a spectacular beauty! Beautiful application, and only two coats were needed to reach full opacity. The colors in this work so well together. This is sure to be a favorite!
$4 (mini)/$8 (full)
in direct light
in direct light

Rose Gilded
Rose Gilded is described as "a rose gold polish with a gorgeous, deep gold shift".
Shown is three coats of Rose Gilded with top coat.
Rose Gilded was my surprise favorite of the group. It is on the sheer side so expect to do at least 3 coats to reach full opacity. I bet you could easily use this over a coral creme for a gorgeous pop too!
$4 (mini)/$8 (full)

Tortile
Tortile is described as "a turquoise polish with green and gold shift".
Shown is three coats of Tortile with top coat.
Tortile is a lively teal jelly that is going to make so many of you happy. You'll want to do three coats to reach full opacity. It being a jelly...VNL tends to show. You'll be so pleased with doing that third coat though, the way the flakies layer gives this one a beautiful depth.
$4 (mini)/$8 (full)

Smokey Spires
Smokey Spires is described as "a smokey plum polish with an orange/copper shift".
Shown is two coats of Smokey Spires with top coat.
Smokey Spires is another favorite of mine from this collection. I love how mysterious this one it. It really is the perfect name for it. Beautiful application and flawless formula. You won't be able to keep your hands off her. 
$4 (mini)/$8 (full)

The Gothic Spring Collection will be available to purchase at PolishCon NYC on April 29th. Good news to you all, you will be able to buy them the same day as well! She has listings preset to go live in her Etsy shop at 6 pm EST. All the polishes will be available in mini sized bottles for $4 and in full sized bottles for $8. The price is the same for the Con as well as her Etsy shop. Just you wait until you see the other two collections she will be releasing that day. I'm not kidding when I say you better be keeping a list of the polishes you want to purchase from each table. Make sure you are following Leesha's Lacquer on all of her social media platforms (links below) to stay updated on news, releases, and sales.

I know you guys loved her exclusive and LE polishes, but what do you think about these? Do you like the darker side to spring like I am? Which are jumping out to you?

Leesha's Lacquer information:
Shop - https://www.etsy.com/shop/LeeshasLacquer
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeeshasLacquer

Blog - http://www.leeshaslacquer.blogspot.com/
Instagram - https://instagram.com/leeshaslacquer

My information:
Blog - www.nakedwithoutpolish.com
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LacquerLoversUnite
Twitter - https://twitter.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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