Lemming Lacquer is getting ready to celebrate an anniversary. Lucky for us the first anniversary for the glittering brand happens to coincide with an addition to the Curiosities From Wonderland collection. Keep on scrolling to see all the shiny things!
(promotional samples ahead)
This is a faded raspberry/vivid rose holotastrophe...in the best way. It has a nice holo rainbow with that goldy flash coupled with dense multichrome flakes. It is the SFW pink with a twist. My youngest thinks it looks like donut frosting...which I think it a good thing? I really enjoyed this shade, and it was pretty nice to apply. I used two coats plus a layer of Seche Vite for the pictures below...and omg there was sunshine!
Beware the Jabberwock
If the name of this polish doesn't send a shiver down your spine, I don't know if we can be friends. This shade is a cozy pistachio holo filled with multichrome flakes. This one was a surprise favorite for me, because I generally don't love warmer greens against my
lobster claws pink-leaning skin. The formula, again, was spot on. Two coats, Seche Vite, and I was ready for action. Annnd by action, of course, I mean Netflix and coffee.
Nothing Was Ever Accomplished With Tears
This sucker is a sneaky cobalt holo that has tiny red flakes and I
possibly hallucinated saw a bronzey shift at certain angles, especially in the sunshine. The base color reminds me a lot of Pacific Blue, which I love about shades like this. The formula is superb for this one, and it was perfectly opaque in two thin coats. If you have shorter nails, you may be able to get away with one medium coat. I used two plus a layer of Seche Vite for these pictures.
Wrath of Time
Because who doesn't want something dark and mysterious in the sprummertime? This is not a black holo. It is a deep, soft charcoal that is dusted with tiny indigo flakes underneath the holo rainbow. I love colors like this in the warmer months. They always feel like a resting place in a sea of bright pastels and neons. The formula for this one was lovely, and it was another two-coater for me.
Do you have a favorite?