Sunday, August 4, 2013

Super Chic Lacquer by Wonder Beauty Products Swatches and Review


My apologies for a bit of a blip in blogging but I was taking a much-needed mini vaca visiting my grandmother.  Now that I'm back, I have a bazillion and two polishes to show you ladies.

First batch up is a new-to-me brand called Super Chic Lacquer by Wonder Beauty Products.  The bottles are a bit awkwardly shaped so my apologies for the non-uniform hand positions but it was hard to get a grip of the hexa-octa-whatever-gonal bottle shape.

Here is a sampling:



Dirty Girly
A matte black jelly, Dirty Girly is very sheer at first coat but builds up nicely in two to three coats.  Scattered with pink and gold hex glitter, the polish dries on the bumpier side.  
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Smutty Mermaid
Cool name for a polish, right?  Similar to Dirty Girly, Smutty Mermaid shares the same black jelly matte base but has blue and green hex glitter scattered about it instead.  Again, bumpy finish at two coats.
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Inked Dolls, Guns, & Roses
Another funky name, IDG&R is a nude creme base flushed with multi-sized red, black, purple, and green glitter.  There really is a tatted feeling to this polish that's very cool.  This is three coats.
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Happy Endin'
In theory, I like Happy Endin'.  A sky blue creme base with yellow and pink hex glitter, the colors are really quite lovely together...in the bottle.  Once on, this is a hot mess.  The blue base is clumpy and dries uneven even at three coats and the glitter just looks gritty and thoughtlessly placed.  
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Katie Girl
Slightly more even than Happy Endin', Katie Girl is a white creme base floating with black and blue multi-sized hex glitter.  This too dries somewhat clumpy, but Katie Girl has a definite something about it that makes it worth the three un-fun coats.
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Mink
But I saved the best for last!  Mink is an unbelievably stunning taupe brown with densely scattered holographic glitter.  Oh my goodness do I love this!  I've been lemming a brown holo for ages now and this is really hitting the spot.  The formula was fantastic and was opaque in two coats.  Love, love, love this.  I look forward to trying more of this type of Super Chic finished polishes in the future!
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You can purchase Super Chic Lacquer from Wonder Beauty Products for $10 USD a bottle by visiting the Etsy shop here.




    

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11 comments :

  1. As a fan of textures, I wouldn't think the bumpy and gritty glitter would bother me, but I really think it would and that's too bad b/c those are some fun polishes! The holo is stunning, perfect for the fall!

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  2. Ooh love the look of Mink! Brown holos look so pretty :D

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  3. The holo is really the star of the show in my book!

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  4. I actually really like them!

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  5. Inked Dolls, Guns and Roses looks pretty good. Maybe they can be thinned?

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  6. Oh wow, I don't even like brown but Mink is AMAZING! So pretty. I also really like Smutty Mermaid. Really cool polishes, I've never heard of this brand before!

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  7. Mink will just convert any non-brown lover into a drooling fool, it's really just that amazing.

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  8. I'm quite the fan of Inked Dolls, Guns, and Roses! Mostly for the name! I'm not a fan of the sparse glitter payoff in some of them, though.

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  9. That could've just been a factor of me not liking heavy duty glitter placement. To be honest, the glitter was more workable than the formula, so don't discount it for that factor.

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