Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Salt n Peppa over Mango Sorbet

I was really excited when some pretties from Lush Lacquer arrived in the post. I had seen swatches of Salt n Peppa all over the blogasphere and Instagram and always thought it was such an interesting and cool polish.

The first Lush Lacquer I tried is the famous Salt n Peppa. A mix of black and white hex, square and bar glitter in a clear base with some iridescent glitter mixed in to add to the fun. If you love glitter, you'd love this! They weren't skimping on the glitter either, it's so packed with it that one coat is all you need. No fishing or placement required and the formula isn't too thick and goopy like some other densely packed glitters I've tried!

This is one coat of Salt n Peppa over a franken I've recently concocted from some old leftover polishes. I think I'll call it Mango Sorbet because the pastel orangy shade reminds me of just that!



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8 comments:

  1. This Lush Lacquer version is a very, very nice substitute for the Lynderella original, and it's really sweet over your Oh So Suitably Named Mango Sorbet. Love that it's got the iridescent bling.

    Sweet!

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  2. this is really pretty and I love your franken base color!

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  3. Oh my gosh so excited now! I have this polish (along with Mr.Bubble) on its way to me right now! I love that franken too! :)

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  4. I love your franken base colour :)

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  5. I love the base and the glitter is so pretty

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  6. your franken is beautiful,,, it goes well with the glitter!

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  7. I like the square glitter :) Sticks and Stones doesnt have that effect.

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