Precision Nail Lacquer Toxic Love Collection: Swatches & Nail Art

Sunday, December 15, 2013

Good evening! Tonight I have the Precision Nail Lacquer Toxic Love Collection to show you folks. It features six rich, indulgent shades comprised of two cremes and four gorgeous shimmers. I paired each swatch some some micro bead nail art as accents. 

 Poison Ivy. Three coats. A rich dark ivy green with gold shimmer. I used a matte top coat to mattify the middle fingers, then used a pin to create the quilted pattern. I added gold micro beads to the intersections.

 I'm Addicted To You... . Two coats. A dark inky aubergine creme. I used silver beads to create half moons.

 Intoxicated. Two coats. A glowing fuchsia shimmer with silver bead clusters.

 Toxic Wast-ing My Time. Two coats. A red toned chestnut brown filled with gold shimmer.
I'd Love To Hate You. Two coats. A dark berry creme. Gold and silver microbead clusters make up the flowers on this manicure.

Till Death Do Us Part. Two coats. A cool red fine shimmer. I used both gold and silver beads to make little diamond shapes for this look.

All six shades had really nice formulas, very flowing. The brushes were also very supple. Altogether I really like this collection, the colors were very cohesive. In particular I was fascinated by Toxic Wast-ing My Time because it's definitely an unusual color. I also liked I'm Addicted To You... because shades like that tend to look black, but this was definitely still aubergine.

The best part for me are the prices. Each polish is only $5.95 which is incredible because the formulas are on par with a much higher price point. To purchase, check out the Precision Nail Lacquer site. Be sure to follow them on instagram (@precisionnaillacquer) as they frequently post deals.

Products featured were press samples. For additional information, please refer to my Disclosure Policy.

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