Swatches | 2nd Collection by Indie Polish

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2nd Collection by Indie Lacquer

Hey guys! Today I have something special to share with you, this is the 2nd collection coming from Indie Lacquer and they are all available right now! This collection of shades is every glitter and shimmer fan’s dream and they were sent to me for review.

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Tea Party shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

First up is Tea Party, an “off white crelly with pink, gold and aqua glitters.” The aqua glitters in this mix have a matte finish for a really cool effect amongst all the other glittering shapes and sizes. This polish built up nicely for me in 3 coats and I would recommend using a peel off base coat for it.

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Tea Party at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Tea Party at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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IForestBottle
Enchanted Forest shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Enchanted Forest, a “teal holographic micro glitter with hints of iridescent chameleon glitters.” This polish has a gorgeous finish and full opacity in 3 coats. I love the hints of chameleon glitters, they showed up as copper glints against this base for me!

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Enchanted Forest at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Enchanted Forest at an angle under artificial lighting.

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ILagoonBottle
Mermaid Lagoon shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Mermaid Lagoon, a “vibrant blue with purple-red aurora shift.” This polish starts out fairly sheer but built up nicely in 3 coats. I love the hints of shifty red flashes against this vibrant base!

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Mermaid Lagoon at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Mermaid Lagoon at an angle under artificial lighting 

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ITearBottle
Unicorn Tears at an angle under artificial lighting.

This is Unicorn Tears, a “light purple/grey with scattered holo and blue-purple-red shifting shimmer.” This is such a delicate polish, at 3 coats it was just shy of being completely opaque. This has a little bit of everything – shimmer, holo, and shiftiness!

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Unicorn Tears at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Unicorn Tears at an angle under artificial lighting.

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IChasingBottle
Chasing Waterfalls shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This next polish is Chasing Waterfalls, a “fuchsia with cyan-blue-red shimmer.” This polish is so stunning on the nails, at 3 coats I did still have some visible nail line but the depth the sheer finish adds is worth it!

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Chasing Waterfalls at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Chasing Waterfalls at an angle under artificial lighting.

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IGrapeBottle
I Think You’re Grape, shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is I Think You’re Grape, a “creamy purple with a bit of teal shimmer.” This polish does have some gorgeous soft subtle shifting shimmer but it was a little bit sheer for my taste at 3 coats.

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I Think You’re Grape at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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I Think You’re Grape at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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IWineBottle
Divine Wine shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting. 

This is one of my top picks, Divine Wine! This polish is described as a “cyan-blue-purple-copper multichrome in a magenta base.” The shift in this polish isn’t super pronounced but I could seriously stare at this deep vampy number alllll day! Shown here at 3 easy coats.

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Divine Wine at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Divine Wine at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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IDanceBottle
Dance With Me shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

Lastly today I have Dance With Me, a “holographic purple with blue-violet-red-orange chameleon shift.” This soft holo starts out a little bit sheer but was perfectly opaque in 3 coats.

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Dance With Me at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Dance With Me at an angle under artificial lighting.

Check out these gorgeous polishes and more at http://www.shopindielacquer.com!

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