Day 5 of The Digit-al Dozen is also a TGIF: Thank Goodness,
Indy Indie Friday! I was sent these two awesome polishes to review by Femme Fatale Lacquer. Femme Fatale Lacquer is "3 Free"! Woot! :)
First up we have one of Femme Fatale Lacquer's Halloween polishes: Night of the Living Fed. This is unique polish in my collection. It is a smokey grey base with orange, green, and purple glitters along with silver bars! There is a lot of depth in this polish! It was very easy to apply and had none of the "glitter issues"! In the Photo above (l-r) is 4 coats, 3 coats, 2 coats, and 1 coat of Night of the Living Fed.
Here is one coat of Night of the Living Fed over Finger Paints Black Expressionism. The inspiration for this polish is "her little sister who loves Halloween! We always go nuts with costumes and candies on Halloween". And this polish is perfect for it! It's like a bunch of candy wrappers! Just look and the depth of those glitters! It also reminds me of blurry street lights at night. Do you know what I mean?
Sort of like this but better! :)
Macro bottle shot of Femme Fatale Lacquer Night of the Living Fed.
The next polish is Formally Invited. This polish was originally a custom polish for a customer that was then suggested to sell in the shop. I love this polish. You can see a glooped bit on my pointer finger, but that was my fault and not the polish. This polish also applied flawlessly! And such even glitter placement! An instant jelly sammich! Woot woot! :)
The picture above (l-r) is 4 coats, 3 coats, 2 coats, and 1 coat. Just look at it! What's not to love?
Here is one coat of Formally Invited over OPI Skull & Glossbones. Perfection. This polish is a milky white base with small black hex glitter. Black and white event? Why yes, this polish would be perfect and hence, Formally Invited! :)
Macro bottle shot of Femme Fatale Lacquer Formally Invited.
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*These polishes were sent to me for review.
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Caitlin's Creative Corner
PishPosh and Polish