Monday, 24 June 2013

Literary Lacquers: More Like Fire Than Light

As my darling friend Alyssia pointed out the other day "why do you buy orange polish if your not sure about them?" This is certainly not one of these times, I am simply in awe by the beauty of this polish. Also as a side note it is my first orange holo and I will be needing a bigger bottle of this soon.

This is Literary Lacquers  Like Fire Than Light based on Delta of Venus by Anais Nin. It is an juicy fresh orange polish with a fine holographic bend. This polish reminds me of freshly squeezed orange juice.

I used two medium thickness coats of polish here and again application and formula is flawless. Let me also just say that these polishes have a super wear time as I don't think I have mentioned that yet . I wore this baby for five days (with Seche Vite) before it started to chip.

Look at that holographic rainbow! This polish is just so succulent. 

In the shade it is this warm burnt orange colour which is almost as pretty as when it hits the sun!

This is the perfect summer shade I think it would also look super cute as a pedi colour!

You can buy this polish on etsy and can keep up to date with all the latest news from Amy over at Facebook. I really recommend buying this polish!

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. I've heard so many good things about Literary Lacquers!

  2. Super gorgeous! Gotta love orange!

  3. I love orange polishes, and this is definitely a must have! This is possibly my favorite orange polish that I own. :)

  4. Gah, I love orange polishes. AND I love holos! Perfect combo


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