It has been a while since I was lucky enough to share some Seventy Seven Nail Lacquer goodies here on the blog. This brand has some of my top neon pinks, and the holos are sparkly as the night sky, so it is always a treat to share a few pictures with you guys.
(promotional samples ahead)
Have you ever wondered what a summer twilight sky would look like if you filled it with stars? Well, look no further! This soft cadet blue holo is filled with holo glitters and flashing blue flakes. It gives it a metallic-finish under almost every lighting I tried. If you have tried 77NL before, then you will know the formula well. This one lives up to the hype: the first coat is sheer, but it builds up perfectly in three thin coats to give a jelly-like glow.
So...do I even need to talk about this one? It is a neon pink, filled with pink and gold flakes with a dusting of gold holo. The formula is more on the jelly side than the previous Barbie shades, and it really gives the shade a nice squishy depth. Like most jellies and almost all neons, it does dry semi-matte so I followed three super thin coats with a layer of Seche Vite.
I love a good SFW shade. Even moreso when you throw all the holo you've ever seen at it. That is what this pinky-neutral holo is. It is a tasteful, subdued blush stuffed with fuchsia sparks and drowning in holo flame. The formula is perfect and delightful, and I used two thin coats plus Seche Vite for this pictures.
Sun Moon Stars
Way back a billion years ago, I wore a perfume called Sun, Moon, and Stars. I wore it every day for years, and it was so much my signature scent that my friends could never wear the scent. It is long-since gone, but at least now I have this soft denim holo. It is frighteningly sheer on that first coat, but it magically goes opaque with the second. I only used two coats for these pictures.
That's Not Purple!
Um...are you sure? This name makes me give this bottle the side-eyeingist of side-eyes...but then I notice the icy blue flash and the violet flakes. Ok, so maybe it isn't just purple. But it still is. It is also deliciously jelly, and I layered three thin coats and Seche Vite for these pictures. Doesn't it just glow?
...and of course...let there be slideshows!
These polishes are available in the 77NL shop. I can't pick a single "must have" here, but I sure do have a hard time not recommending a neutral or a neon. Which shade do you love?
I admit to having already bought these...ReplyDelete
Oooh these are pretty! Great swatchesReplyDelete
Simply gorgeous! I own one polish of hers, and I think you're the one who turned me to it... and it's JUST amazing! <3ReplyDelete
These are beauuutiful! I love them all :)ReplyDelete
All are really pretty!ReplyDelete
Sugar & Sun Moon Stars are so pretty!ReplyDelete
wow that pink is amazingly bright!ReplyDelete
Oh my, I usually don't care for pinks but Suburban Barbie is stunning!ReplyDelete
I love that pink!ReplyDelete
They're all really pretty but sugar is my fav!! Beautiful swatches!ReplyDelete
I think Sugar is my favorite! I don't anything from this brand yet but I may need to break that streak soon!ReplyDelete
Loving the names of these! I really dig Suburban Barbie. :-DReplyDelete
I am obsessed with neutral holos so Sugar has to be my favorite.ReplyDelete
Sugar is by far my fave, but they are all great.ReplyDelete
These are all really pretty.ReplyDelete
Great swatches! :D Suburban Barbie and Sugar are my favorites, they're gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Love them all but the pink is no doubt my fave!ReplyDelete
I'm really digging this collection. I think sugar is my favorite.ReplyDelete
What a stunning collection, fab swatches ♡ReplyDelete
I love Suburban Barbie!!! Great swatches as always! <3ReplyDelete
These are lovely. That neon pinky-coral is speaking to meeeeee <3ReplyDelete
That's Not Purple is an absolutely gorgeous shade of... purple!ReplyDelete
This collection is lovely! I've never tried any polishes from this brand before.ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous! I can't choose between the purple and blues!ReplyDelete