Saturday, March 30, 2019

Polish Pickup April 2019 Swatches and Review: Static Lacquer

*press sample*

Hi guys, I hope you're enjoying your Saturday. I was woken up at 8 AM to several lawnmowers next door. Is it just me, or is that too early? I mean, it's not even summer where it gets too hot in the afternoon to mow. I say it's at least 9 AM on Saturday? Please let me know your thoughts in the comments. Today I'm back with another PPU shade, this time from Static Lacquer. Again, PPU starts at 11:00 AM ET Friday, April 5th and ends at 11:59 PM on Monday, April 8th. Since this month's theme was famous works of art, Stacy was inspired by the piece Goodnight Lava by Alex Pardee which is shown above. It will retail for $12 and there is a cap of 75 bottles. 

Static Lacquer Goodnight Lava (1 coat) over Primary Black (1 coat)

Static Lacquer Goodnight Lava (1 coat) over Primary White (1 coat)

Yes, this is a flakie topper, so you can use it over any base you'd like. I went ahead and used black and white so you can really see what is going on here. Goodnight Lava is a clear base with silver holo flake and various shades of UCC flakes. Have a shimmer or creme you think would look bangin' with some flakes? No problem, just add a quick layer of this one and you're done. I think this one is a true topper, as I'd imagine it would take quite a few coats to get enough coverage. That said, I found that 1 thin coat was the perfect amount of flakes. My Static's are notorious for applying well, and this one is no different. 

You can purchase this one this coming Friday. If you don't have many toppers in your collection, I definitely recommend them. They can make a world of difference to a polish you don't fully love. 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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