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Friday, April 19, 2013

Sick Lacquers Swatches

I cannot express how much I adore Indie polishes! Everywhere you look there are always new shops filled with fun and exciting colors. 

Sick Lacquers is among many of the shops I've stumbled across on Etsy and I cam honestly say I'm a fan! As you can tell from my blog, I'm a huge supporter of Indie companies and I'm glad to add this brand to my list! Here are my swatches! 

Who Broke the Pinata is a slightly, tinted lime base that consists of small pistachio hexes, small white squares, medium green, red, and white squares, large pink squares, sky blue bar glitter, and red hearts. This is such an interesting and unusual combination. Application was smooth and applied nicely in one generous coat. This was my personal favorite of the three glitters. 

Green Easter Grass is a greenish, gold packed with micro shimmers throughout. This was the undies used for Who Broke the Pinata. Application was smooth and required two coats for opacity. 

Candy Sprinkles is a milky base loaded with green, yellow, red, sky blue, orange and lavender glitters. Rainbow glitters are always winners in my book and this polish has the perfect name to go along! The image below was done in two generous coats. This was my second fave from the glitters. 

Fruity Pebbles is a milky, grainy base. It's hard to describe, but this is the first indie polish I own with this unique finish and I'm really digging it! This consists of medium orange, green, lavender, and pistachio hexes, medium hot pink, holo sky blue squares. This applied nicely in three thin coats and offered even glitter placement. 

Springtime in Yellow is a pale yellow packed with ultra fine shimmers. This was done in two coats.

Pastel Pink is a soft, pink with loaded with iridescent shimmers. This was two coats.

Sky Blue is a silver, cornflower blue that consists of ultra fine violet/teal shimmers. This was done in two coats.

Pastel Purple is a unique blue meets lavender. The closest color I can think of is periwinkle. This was my favorite from all the solid colors and applied evenly in two coats. 

$3.50 - mini bottle
$7.00 - full bottle





As always, hope this helps & happy shopping!

 Do you own any polishes from Sick Lacquers? Thoughts?! I'd love to know down below!
These were sent for review. 


  1. Oh man, I love the look of candy sprinkles!

  2. Never heard of Sick Lacquers, but these do look pretty. I especially like the glitters.


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