Swatches | The 77 Collection by Virago Varnish

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Hey y’all! Today I have a swatch, stamp, and review of the 77 Collection available as of today from Virago Varnish! This collection was sent to me for review and will retail for $9 for the cremes or $11.25 for the glitter polishes. I want to preface this by saying I did use a base coat for watching and I totally recommend using one as these polishes are incredibly pigmented one coater! That also makes these awesome for stamping, check out the full demo on my live review:

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12″ Single shown at 1 coat plus topcoat under artificial lighting.
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12″ Single at an angle under artificial lighting.

First up is 12″ Single, described as a “dark merlot crème polish.” This polish is a dreamy deep ox blood shade that looks phenomenal matte and was easily opaque in 1 coat! 12″ Single stamps perfectly over both lighter and darker colors.

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12″ Single at an angle under artificial lighting.
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12″ Single macro under artificial lighting.
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12″ Single matte macro under artificial lighting.

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The Hustle shown at 1 coat plus topcoat under artificial lighting.
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The Hustle at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is The Hustle, described as a “orange terracotta crème polish.” This shade reminds me of buttery suede, it goes on easily opaque in 1 coat and stamps well over all colors!

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The Hustle at an angle under artificial lighting.
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The Hustle macro under artificial lighting.
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The Hustle matte macro under artificial lighting.

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The Bus Stop shown at 1 coat plus topcoat under artificial lighting.
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The Bus Stop at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is The Bus Stop, described as a “dark seaweed green crème polish.” The Bus Stop strikes me as a deep olive toned green, like a super dark green khaki! This one had a little bit of a low spot on my ring nail but even so this is generally opaque in 1 coat for me! This is another great stamper over all shades as well.

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The Bus Stop at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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The Bus Stop macro under artificial lighting.
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The Bus Stop matte macro under artificial lighting.

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Blue Vinyl shown at 1 coat plus topcoat under artificial lighting.
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Blue Vinyl at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Blue Vinyl, described as a “dark midnight blue crème polish.” Blue Vinyl is a very very deep cool toned navy that is going to shown up black in some lighting. As such, it stamps very well over lighter colors but is going to be super subtle over black or darker colors. Opaque in just one easy coat!

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Blue Vinyl at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Blue Vinyl macro under artificial lighting.
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Blue Vinyl matte macro under artificial lighting.

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I ❤ The DJ shown a 1 coat plus topcoat under artificial lighting.
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I ❤ The DJ at an angle under artificial lighting.

The last creme I have today is I ❤ The DJ, described as a “dark pebble gray crème polish.” This is such a classy deep cool toned gray, it is easily opaque in 1 coat and stamps well over both lighter and darker colors.

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I ❤ The DJ at an angle under artificial lighting.
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I ❤ The DJ macro under artificial lighting.
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I ❤ The DJ matte macro under artificial lighting.

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Disco King shown at 2 coats plus topcoat under artificial lighting.
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Disco King at an angle under artificial lighting.

This is Disco King, described as a “royal blue holographic micro-glitter polish.” Disco king is a blue and silver micro glitter polish in a blue tinted base and has amazing coverage! Completely opaque for me in 2 coats, it does dry down a little bit textured. Disco King also does a pretty ok job at stamping over lighter colors.

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Disco King at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Disco King macro under artificial lighting.
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Disco King at an angle in direct sunlight.

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Disco Diva shown at 2 coats plus topcoat under artificial lighting.

Lastly today I have Disco Diva, described as a “brown holographic micro-glitter.” This is probably my favorite of the entire collection, this is a gorgeous chocolatey brown tinted base full of gold scattered holographic glitter! Great coverage and fully opaque at 2 coats, Disco Diva does dry down a bit textured and stamps well over lighter colors.

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Disco Diva at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Disco Diva at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Disco Diva macro under artificial lighting.
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Disco Diva at an angle in direct sunlight.

That wraps up today’s swatch, stamp, and review! I fully anticipate using these for a ton of fall nail art as well as a Friday water marble! Thanks so much for reading along and be sure to follow virago Varnish’s social media below to stay up to date on all future releases and sales:

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