Swatches | Dreaming of Green by Night Owl Lacquer

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Hey guys! Today I have the Dreaming of Green collection releasing today, Match 10th at 10 PM MST from Night Owl Lacquer! This collection consists of 5 beautiful green polishes in varying shades that are going to be beautiful for St. Patrick’s day and beyond. These were sent to me for review.

RenewalBottle
Renewal shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
RenewalBottom
Renewal at an angle under artificial lighting.

First up is Renewal which is described as a “mint green with gold shimmer and gold micro flakies.” This is the lightest and most delicate green from this collection and built up opaque for me in 3 coats. The gold shimmer translates so nicely to the nail!

RenewalMacro
Renewal macro under artificial lighting.
RenewalAngle
Renewal under artificial lighting.
RenewalShade
Renewal in the shade.
RenewalSun
Renewal in direct sunlight.

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LuckyBottle
Feeling’ Lucky shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
LuckyBottom
Feeling’ Lucky at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Feelin’ Lucky which is described as a “bright lime green with color shifting iridescent glitters of various sizes.” This polish has a super neon jelly base that built up to the edge of opacity for me in 3 coats. Feelin’ Lucky is one of the most versatile polishes in this collection and is also extremely UV reactive.

LuckyMacro
Feelin’ Lucky macro.
LuckyAngle
Feelin’ Lucky under artificial lighting.
LuckyShade
Feelin’ Lucky in the shade.
LuckySun
Feelin’ Lucky in direct sunlight.
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Feelin’ Lucky under blacklight.

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GrassBottle
The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
GrassBottom
The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It which is described as a “grass green packed full of micro flakes that subtly shift from gold to green and scattered holo.” This polish was perfectly opaque  for me in 3 easy coats and was so easy to photograph! The holo in this shade is gorgeous in direct sunlight!

GrassMacro
The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It macro.
GrassAngle
The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It under artificial lighting.
GrassShade
The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It in the shade.
GrassSun
The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It in direct sunlight.

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BeginningsBottle
New Beginnings shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
BeginningsBottom
New Beginnings at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next is one of my top picks, New Beginnings which is described as a “dark olive green with bright copper shimmer & copper flecks.” The shimmer in this polish builds up to a beautiful glow at 3 coats!

BeginningsMacro
New Beginnings macro.
BeginningsAngle
New Beginnings under artificial lighting.
BeginningsShade
New Beginnings in the shade.
BeginningsSun
New Beginnings in direct sunlight.

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WildflowersBottle
Wildflower Meadow shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting. 
WildflowersBottom
Wildflower Meadows shown at an angle under artificial lighting.

Lastly today I have Wildflower Meadows which is described as a “leaf green with bright purple shimmer & violet, light pink, dark pink & blue holo shreds.” This is another my top picks, it does have a jelly base so it was a bit sheer still at 3 coats but I absolutely adore the finish!

WildflowersMacro
Wildflower Meadows macro.
WildflowersAngle
Wildflower Meadows under artificial lighting.
wildflowersshade
Wildflower Meadows in the shade.
WildflowersSun
Wildflower Meadows in direct sunlight.

That wraps up today’s swatch and review, be sure to follow Night Owl Lacquer’s social media platforms to stay up to date on all future releases and sales:

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8 comments on “Swatches | Dreaming of Green by Night Owl Lacquer”

  1. Beautiful greens! I didn’t notice the copper flecks in other photos, that really made me go “oooooh!”

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