Swatches | Slayeigh The Mountain Collection by SuperChic Lacquer

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Hey y’all, Happy happy New Year!! Today I have a swatch and review of the Slayeigh The Mountain collection available January 1st at 4 PM EST from SuperChic Lacquer. This collection was sent to me for review and will retail for $14 and consists of 6 gorgeously chromed out linear holographic shades. Every single polish in this collection stamps like a dream over both light and dark colors and they are almost all one coat polishes! These do tend to dry down a little bit dull so all of my swatches with Liquid Macro topcoat by Super Chic Lacquer. You may save 10% off your entire order by using my affiliate coupon code SLOPPY10

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Bubble Freeze shown at 1 coat under artificial lighting.
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Bubble Freeze at an angle under artificial lighting.

Bubble Freeze is described as an “intense chrome silver holo with sparks of golden reflects.” The chrome effect on this polish is super pronounced under indirect lighting but this baby shines like diamonds in direct sunlight! Bubble Freeze applied very easily in one super opaque coat!

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Bubble Freeze at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Bubble Freeze macro under artificial lighting.
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Bubble Freeze at an angle with flash.

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Powder Burn shown at 1 coat under artificial lighting.
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Powder Burn at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Powder Burn, described as an “intense flaming rose copper holo with sparks of icy silver and gold duo-chrome reflects.” This is my number one top pick, the beautiful warm rose gold tones just speak to me! Powder Burn went on in one super easy coat!

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Powder Burn at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Powder Burn macro under artificial lighting.
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Powder Burn at an angle with flash.

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Cold Rush shown at 1 coat under artificial lighting.
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Cold Rush at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Cold Rush, described as an “intense chrome gold holo with sparks of icy-silver reflects.” Cold Rush is another just stunning one coat polish with beautiful metallic warm notes. Some of the larger flakes here created a little bit of a textured look in some places but Liquid Macro smoothed everything right out.

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Cold Rush at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Cold Rush macro under artificial lighting.
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Cold Rush at an angle with flash.

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Vapor High shown at 1 coat under artificial lighting.
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Vapor High at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Vapor High which is described as an “intense icy teal-blue holo with sparks of silver and gold duo-chrome reflects. This one has an amazing shifty personality and pulled more minty teal for me under some lighting and more icy blue in others. This polish is perfectly opaque in just one coat!

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Vapor High at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Vapor High macro under artificial lighting.
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Vapor High at an angle with flash.

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Hypothermia shown at 1 coat under artificial lighting.
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Hypothermia at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Hypothermia which is described as an “intense periwinkle blue holo with sparks of icy silver and gold duo-chrome reflects. Hypothermia does a beautiful job at toeing the line between purple and blue and goes on in one perfectly smooth opaque coat!

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Hypothermia at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Hypothermia macro under artificial lighting.
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Hypothermia at an angle with flash.

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Ice Dagger shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Ice Dagger at an angle under artificial lighting.

Lastly today I have Ice Dagger, my second top pick! I wore this polish for daaaaays and loved every minute. Ice Dagger is described as an “intense icy charcoal holo with sparks of silver and gold duo-chrome reflects.” With Ice Dagger I did need to go in for a fairly thick first coat or opt for a second coat but this shade is totally worth it and the quick dry time made it no problem at all! The gold reflects in Ice Dagger or very strong and makes for a beautiful combination.

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Ice Dagger at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Ice Dagger macro under artificial lighting.
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Ice Dagger at an angle with flash.

So that wraps up today’s swatch and review, are any of these shades calling your name to help you ring in the New Year? Be sure to follow all of Superchic Lacquer’s storefront and social medias below to stay up to date on restocks, releases, and sales and feel free to use my affiliate coupon code SLOPPY10 to save 10% off your entire order:

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