Swatches | LeChat Nails Retro Remix Perfect Match Collection

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Hey guys! Today I have a swatch and review of the Retro Remix collection available now from LeChat Nails! What I will be showing you today are the Perfect Match sets that include 1 Dare To Wear lacquer with the matching UV/LED gel polish in each set. In all of my swatches I will have the gel swatched on my middle nail using the Cuticula On To The Next peel off basecoat with the corresponding Dare To Wear lacquer across the rest of my nails. These were sent to me for review so which further ado I’ll jump into the swatches!

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

First up is Heartthrob, a deep bright hot pink creme. This polish had amazing coverage in 2 easy coats with no undies and again 2 easy thinner coats with the creme. How amazing do these match up, though?

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Heartthrob at an angle under artificial lighting. 
CHeartMacro
Heartthrob macro.

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Peach Blast shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Peach Blast at an angle under artificial lighting. 

Next up is Peach Blast, a bright pastel peachy orange sherbet shade. This is another with an incredibly easy 2 coat formula across the board!

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Peach Blast at an angle under artificial lighting. 
CPeachMacro
Peach Blast macro. 

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Blazin’ Sun shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting. 
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Blazin’ Sun at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Blazin’ Sun, a gorgeous bright goldenrod yellow creme! This yellow does have a good amount of orange in it and another really easy 2 coat formula!

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Blazin’ Sun at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Blazin’ Sun macro,

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

Next up is Flashback, a bright limey green grass creme. This one did pull a bit cool toned in my camera, it is a little warmer in person! The lacquer had a great 2 coat formula but I did opt to go for 3 coats using the gel.

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Flashback at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Flashback macro.

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Dive In shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting. 
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Dive In at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Dive in, a blue that is almost the lovechild of a sky blue and a robin’s egg blue. Very bright on the nail, this did have the most sheer formula for me of this collection but still was perfectly opaque in 3 coats.

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Dive In at an angle under artificial lighting. 
CDiveMacro
Dive In macro.

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Hi-Voltage shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting. 
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Hi-Voltage at an angle under artificial lighting.

Lastly today I have one of my favorites, Hi-Voltage. Hi-Voltage in the lacquer formula can easily be a one and done polish! In the gel I did need 2 coats for full coverage and I am in love with this bright plumy purple!

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Hi-Voltage at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Hi-Voltage macro.

So that wraps up today’s swatch and review, how do you feel about being shown the gel and lacquer formula in one swatch? I’d really love to hear your feedback! Until next time check out LeChat Nails social media and store platform to stay up to date on new releases and look for these to trickle to your favorite stockists and salons soon!

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