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Friday, November 23, 2012

Black Cat Lacquer: Winter Colors

Ahhhhh, so nice to be back! 
Thank you to those of you who have taken the time to comment and e-mail me regarding my recent hiatus from blogging-- you have no idea how much that meant to me! xx

As you can assume, I am currently behind on several posts, but I'm back today to share ten new Winter colors from Sabrina over at Black Cat Lacquer. Here are some photos!

First up, Frozen. It's a clear base packed with silver, purple, and aqua shreds. You all know I love me some shreds, so it was no surprise that this was my favorite from the collection. It really does give off a frozen/shattered effect, which is pretty awesome, I must say!

Like a Virgin is a composed of iridescent micro shimmers and small.medium hexes, small matte squares  and small and medium matte hexes. It's a very clean and feminine looking glitter and I bet it would look great over a pastel base. this was one thick coat. 

Fire Woman is a combination of gold glitter, small gold red, orange, and black hexes, and black bar glitters. I actually wore this as my Thanksgiving mani and thought it was perfect for the occasion. This was one generous coat.

This Charming Man is a mixture of ultra fine gold and bronze flakies. I used one coat over a caramel base, but you can also wear this alone. It's pretty sheer, so it may require 3-4 coats for opacity. 

Just Like Heaven is a clear base packed with magenta glitters, small holo and holo pink hexes, medium holo hexes, and medium holo squares. If you're a pink/girly glitter type of gal, I'm sure this'll be right up your alley! This was one coat. 

Vogue is another favorite of mine from this collection. It's a fun combination of black, white, yellow, orange, green, lilac, and sky blue glitters, small black and white hexes, and small black squares. I'm a sucker for multicolored glitters and this is perfection! This was one generous coat. 

Strange Love is a mixture of holo lilac and fuchsia glitters in the form of hexes and shreds. This was one coat.

I Want Candy is a jelly, lilac base packed with silver micro shimmers, aqua and silver glitters, small pink, silver, purple, and aqua hexes. Since this is a jelly polish, it'll require 3-4 coats for opacity. This was two coats over a lilac base. Another one of my faves!

Hazy Shades of Winter is a combination of cornflower glitters and hexes, blurple hexes, and silver holo shreds. I don't think I have any cornflower glitters, so I'm glad to add this baby to my collection. This was one generous coat. 

Holiday on the Moon is a clear base packed with sky blue and sapphire glitters in the form of hexes and squares. Like its name, it also consists of holo moons and stars making this a "stellar" combination! ;) This was one coat. 

Black Cat Lacquer Winter Colors Collection 
 $9.00 - 15 ml bottle

Limited Edition
3 Free
Stainless steel mixing balls
Hand made
No fishing
No curling
World wide shipping




As always hope this helps & happy shopping!

Do you own any nail polishes from Black Cat Lacquer? Thoughts?! I'd love to know down below!
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These were sent for review.


  1. fun glitters! I've wondered where you been but didn't want to bug you! Glad to see a post from you!!

  2. So glad to see you back Carla!! I LOVE your swatches! I think I Want Candy is my favorite here, but they're all pretty! :)

  3. What a great series of polishes. Holiday on the Moon is my favourite of the bunch :)

  4. Welcome back! OMG so many new lemmings now! I have the Halloween collection (which I ADORE) from Sabrina as well as Let Them Eat Cake and Tetris - all are winners in my book!


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