Hooooo boy... Do you ever have a time in your life when things are just crazy and surreal and a wrench is thrown in to all of your plans? Yeah. That. Now. Yeesh.
Now that I have two seconds to sit down and I write, I belatedly present part 2 of the Fall for FLL collection from Finger Lickin Lacquer.
*descriptions from Finger Lickin Lacquer
Bonfire Night is a navy blue intensely holographic polish with a mulled cider fragrance. This polish was intended to mimic a clear night sky with all the stars twinkling – a perfect night to have a bonfire and spend time with friends and family, drinking from mugs of cider and keeping warm by the fire.
This leans black on me instead of navy blue but it's still lovely and is definitely reminiscent of the night sky. The scent is subtle and, like Tia mentioned, totally reminds me of Juicy Fruit gum. I found the formula to be great - sheer on the first coat but easily buildable. Shown here is three coats plus top coat.
Fair Enchantress is a plum crelly with copper and gold hex glitters that started off as a custom for a dear friend. She and I fell so in love with this polish that we agreed to release it with the fall collection. Fair Enchantress is one of three unscented polishes in the fall collection.
Ungh. This one is sooo pretty. Forget fall, this is one of those year-round polishes - perfect for every season! Again, the formula was good, a little sheer at first but easily buildable. Shown here is two coats plus top coat.
Harvest Moon is a brilliant mustard yellow scattered holographic polish. Its color is perfect for fall – it’s a match for the changing leaves and it’s perfect for going to hay rides and corn mazes. Harvest Moon is the second of three unscented polishes in the fall collection.
This yellow, while very sheer, is lovely. The deeper mustard tones make it perfect for a wide variety of skin tones and it's just subtle and perfect. Shown here is three coats plus top coat and you can still see the nail line. On my ring finger I layered two coats of Harvest Moon over white which really makes it pop. You could also find a similarly toned yellow and add this for a kick of holo.
Poison Apple is a granny smith green polish with red-to-gold flakes and a spooky surprise – skull and crossbone glitters lurking just beneath the surface. Poison Apple has a tart green apple fragrance.
As far as I'm concerned, even though it's not orange or black, this is the PERFECT Halloween polish. It totally reminds me of a poison apple or toxic sludge or something bubbling in a witch's cauldron. I did have some issues with the skull glitter. It took major fishing and when I tried to place them I got too much base colour (that's likely operator error though). I layered two coats of Poison Apple over white on my ring finger and it..... doesn't really work - I prefer this one built up on its own. Shown here is three coats plus top coat.
Spoopy is a fun black crelly with hex glitters in orange, purple, yellow, and green. Spoopy is so named because of a fun post on Tumblr featuring misspelled Halloween decorations. It was silly and took on a life of its own, and this polish is very much the same – Spoopy’s the perfect fun Halloween polish, especially with its sweet candy corn fragrance.
This guy is so much fun and I think it's amazing for Christmas as well. You know those bokeh photos of Christmas lights? This reminds me of that. The scent is light and not overwhelming and the formula, again, was good. Shown here is three coats plus top coat.
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