Sunday, April 22, 2012

Lac Attack - Perfect Passion Fruit

We recently received some awesome nail mail — polishes from Lac Attack's Wild Thing Spring 2012 Collection!  We decided that we would all take one and review it.  I like to look at swatches on different people with different skin tones and lighting before I make polish shopping decisions...maybe you all do too?  Or maybe I'm the only crazy person who googles as many swatches of the same polish as possible?

The first polish I'm going to show you is Perfect Passion Fruit.  I'll be honest, when I opened this polish I thought it looked... strange.  Lac Attack describes this polish as:  Perfect Passion Fruit — new addition and sister polish to the popular Jewel of the Nile neon glitter. This is a bright pink jelly base with whitish pink, neon pink, purple, and orange glitter is the most juicy — just like passion fruit!

I have nothing like it in my collection.  I thought it would be a layering polish but it's not and I love it.  It is seriously such a cool polish.  These pictures are China Glaze base, 2 coats of Perfect Passion Fruit and one coat of Gelous and one coat of Out The Door. It was definitely a little glitter hungry and maybe could have stood one more coat of OTD but it was fine without it.  Application wise, the formula was great.  I didn't have to manipulate the glitter and it flowed on smooth and easy.  This polish is unique and cool.  This post is picture heavy because I wanted to make sure everyone understands this polish.  I'm taking polish love to a whole new level, people.

I said I would moisturize better.  And I lied.  Get off me. 

Wearing Passion fruit on my fingers.  So in love with the jelly neon base.

Glitter shot!

Do you have anything like this in your stash?  Because I sure as hell didn't!  Points for originality.

Bottle Porn

Lac Attack polishes are available through Etsy.  Check them out and let me know what you think!  There are a few more that I've added to my wishlist.

**This product was provided to me for an honest review.

6 comments :

  1. So pretty! It's like dewdrops on a rose!

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  2. very pretty!! i wouldn't have picked it out on my own, but i'm loving these pictures

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    1. See! Now you understand this polish! I wouldn't have picked it out by the bottle either. But it's awesome.

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  3. So incredibly pretty! Thanks for reminding me why I had it on my wish list!

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  4. Hummm i have never seen nothing like this... i guess i wouldn't pick it up either because of the color base.. but it is interesting :)

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