Thursday, 27 June 2013

Literary Lacquers: Midsummer Night's Dream

I geeked out so much when I first saw this collection by Literary Lacquers, polish inspired by Shakespeare, yes a hundred times yes!! (also as an aside I will give a virtual cookie who can guess my fav Shakespeare play!)

Today's polish is a stunning glitter bomb and looks incredible on the nail!


This polish is the namesake of the collect Midsummer Night's Dream. It is a pretty mix of blue micro glitter with larger royal blue, black and gold hex  and square glitter. This is one coat over China Glaze Deviantly Daring. Like John Thomas/ Lady Jane yesterday I used the dabbing method to apply this polish evenly across the nail.  They say that "The course of true love never did run smooth" but this polish certainly does with a nice thick coat of Seche Vite. My nails look bejeweled! 


 This polish reminds me of the line "I am that merry wanderer of the night", of the summer nights sky when it doesn't get completely black and the sky remains an inky blue scattered with stars.


My nails look encrusted with glitter is is hard to believe this is just one coat! Each angle I look at my nail I discover something new with this polish. Such a stunner!


You can buy this polish here and if you are a fan of blue polish you really must add this to your collection!




The inclusion of this graphic means that the product above was sent to me for review. All opinions are honest and all information is correct at the time of writing.

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  1. Really like the bigger pieces of glitter :)

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  2. That is spectacular! I love it all in its abstractness! <3

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  3. One coat...?! Thats awesome! Was it problematic to remove?

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