Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Polish Pickup November 2018 Static Lacquer: I Am No Man

*press sample*

Why didn't anyone tell me I was writing October for the Polish Pickup shades I've been posting?! Eep! Yes, technically it's still October, but these are November's polishes. Now that I've reprimanded myself enough, shall we discuss Static Lacquer's inspiration for Bad-Ass Women month? Think back to last month's color "No Man Can Kill Me" which was inspired by the Lord of Morgul. This month's bad-ass woman is Eowyn, also from the Lord of the Rings. While the men were going off to war to fight in Mordor, Eowyn was ordered to stay behind. Being the fearless woman she was, she disguised herself as a man and headed out with Merry to fight. The Witch-King boasted that "no man can kill me," to which Eowyn responded by exposing herself as a woman before killing the beast exclaiming, "I am no man!" In the end, the King of Morgul was indeed killed not by a man, but by a bad-ass woman. 

I Am No Man will be available this Friday, November 2nd at 11:00 AM EST through Monday, November 5th at 11:59 PM EST in the PPU store. It will retail for $12 with a cap of 200 bottles. The store is open for viewing and wishlists now, so take your time looking through all the photos. 

Static Lacquer I Am No Man (3 coats)

I Am No Man is a pale blush pink crelly base with blue and purple shimmer (which is best seen in my bottle shot), UCC flakes, and silver holo flakes. The shimmer is definitely noticeable on the nail as well, but it just stands out more in the bottle. I must say, Stacy is still the queen of the silver holo flakes! If you need a work-appropriate shade that is actually interesting, this one is for you. While I love my neon polishes and glitter bombs, there are times I just can't wear them. It was a bit sheer, so I used 3 thin coats for this one. That said, it was super easy to apply, dried with no texture, and it wasn't a pain to remove. It's a win all around. 

Again, you can pick this up on Friday for $12 and there is a cap at 200 bottles. You can learn more about Static Lacquer on their websiteFacebookGroup, and Instagram pages, while you can find more about PPU on their Facebook page and website.

*These polishes were provided by the company or PR representative. All reviews are based solely on my opinion. For more information, please see my full disclosure at the bottom of the site*

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