Laquerlicious 4th of July Collection

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

America's birthday is around the corner - so I'm pretty excited. Independence Day is one of my favorite holidays; a time to reflect back on our nation's birth and to spend time with family and friends. I'm really hoping that by next year, this house business will be settled and we'll be able to have our families over for a huge barbecue with copious amounts of meat products.

 These four polishes make up the Laquerlicious 4th of July Collection. Keeping in line with the theme, there's red, blue, metallic glitter mix and an all matte glitter mix.

 All American Girl on my middle two fingers, Made in the USA on my outer fingers. Blue and red, who could go without? These colors are super sparkly, and very dense. I used two coats of each shade. They feature shimmer, sparkle particles and glitter, some of which is iridescent.

 Fireworks & Freedom. This is the metallic glitter mix.It features red, blue and silver glitter in various sizes and shapes, some of which is holographic. It looks good in just one coat (pictured over Zoya Elisa) over a base color, though with three coats you could make it fully opaque. I also really like it with a matte top coat, to change things up.

Celebrate Red, White & Blue. I seriously LOVE this polish. I missed out on it last year and was kicking myself all year long. Luckily it made a reappearance this year, with a few slight changes! There's also triangle shaped glitter in it this year. This matte glitter mix is super festive, I'm wearing one coat over American Apparel Mount Royal (and white/Mount Royal gradient on the outer fingers).

You should definitely hurry on over and grab your 4th of July shades to get them in time for the big day! Priced at $7, these shades are available at the Laquerlicious website.

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