Swatches | LulaCreme Collection by Love, Angeline

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Today I have swatches of the LulaCremes collection available now from Love, Angeline. This is a collection of 6 bright pastel neon shades and they were sent to me for review. All of my swatches are finished off with Topped With Love quick dry topcoat. I do have a watermarble test for these available here and I’ll jump right into the swatches!

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Robyn shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Robyn at an angle under artificial lighting.

First up is Robin, described as “a bubble gum pink cream polish.” I took some issue a bit with the formula on this shade. Robin is a little reminiscent of a crelly base, does not want to be over worked, and will end up dragging off of the nail and becoming tacky. I think the best approach for this one is nice quick thin coats. The end result is beautiful and it was completely opaque for me in 2 coats.

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Robin at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Robyn macro under artificial lighting.

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Venessa shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Venessa at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Venessa, described as a “mid-tone coral cream polish.” This has a gorgeous sherbet-y feel but it definitely has a thicker formula much like Robin. It was opaque for me in 2 coats and leveled out with topcoat.

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Venessa at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Venessa macro under artificial lighting.

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Becky shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
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Becky at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Becky, described as a “soft, creamy light yellow cream polish.” This one had a much thinner formula and I had to watch pretty closely for flooding. It took 3 coats to be completely opaque but self leveled like a champ and also did a good job for stamping!

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Becky at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Becky macro under artificial lighting.

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Jennifer at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Jennifer at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is probably my favorite of the collection! This is Jennifer, described as “a midtoned aqua cream polish.” This one had a good formula, it is a little on the thinner side and starts out streaky but was fully opaque for me in 2 coats! This one also self levels well and stamps good! I also didn’t have any issues with staining.

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Jennifer at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Jennifer macro under artificial lighting.

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Crystal at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Crystal at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Crystal, described as “a cornflower blue cream polish.” I feel like this one may have a touch of periwinkle as well, its very bright and beautiful on the nails! Crystal is again a thinner formula that starts streaky but builds up to full opacity in 2 coats!

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Crystal at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Crystal macro under artificial lighting.

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Lizzie at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Lizzie at an angle under artificial lighting.

Lastly I have Lizzie, described as “a mid toned grape cream polish.” Lizzie has a nice formula that was opaque for me in 2 coats.

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Lizzie at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Lizzie macro under artificial lighting.

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That wraps up my review on the LulaCreme collection, these will retail for $5 for amid or $9 for a full size polish. All in all, these have a very “crelly base” type feel to them, I didn’t have a lot of success with stamping these although some of them do marble very well! Thanks so much for reading along, visit Love, Angeline’s social media below to stay up to date on all future releases:

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