Alchemy Lacquers | Birds of a Feather Collection

by Lisa Heath
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Alchemy Lacquers | Birds of a Feather Collection

Press Sample of the Alchemy Lacquers
Birds of a Feather Collection

Happy Saturday! I have a new collection to share today and it releases tonight.. in about an hour. This is the Alchemy Lacquers Birds of a Feather Collection!

The Alchemy Lacquers Birds of a Feather Collection is an 8 piece collection inspired by gorgeous and exotic birds and their plumage! This collection reminds me of Fall for some reason, but I am loving the slight change from brighter shades I’ve been seeing for Spring/Summer. I don’t really wear polishes depending on time of year – but I like variety throughout the year.

Alright – lets get this going!

Alchemy Lacquers | Wild Blue Yonder

Wild Blue Yonder is a medium sky blue creme with red to orange to gold to green shifting shimmer and a subtle scattered holographic finish. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Alchemy Lacquers | Resplendent Quetzal

Resplendent Quetzal is a turquoise jelly base with lime green to turquoise to blue shifting shimmer, turquoise to blue to purple shifting flakes, and turquoise flakes with a scattered linear holographic finish. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Alchemy Lacquers | Scarlet Macaw

Scarlet Macaw is a scarlet red jelly base with red to orange to gold to green shifting shimmer. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Alchemy Lacquers | Himalayan Monal

Himalayan Monal is a bright blue to purple shifting jelly base with blue to purple shifting shimmer, as well as turquoise to blue to purple shifting flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

The purple shift in this one is more apparent in person – it’s quite a stunning shift.

Alchemy Lacquers | Violet-Backed Starling

Violet-backed Starling is a violet jelly base loaded with red micro flakes, purple to magenta to pink to orange to green shifting shimmer and a linear holographic finish. The shimmer almost subdues the holographic shift indoors, but in the sun it comes out much stronger. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Alchemy Lacquers | Southern Cassowary

Southern Cassowary is a dark teal jelly base with turquoise to blue to purple shifting shimmer, as well as blue to purple to pink to copper shifting chrome flakes, and metallic and holographic magenta glitters. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

These photos are not color accurate. I tried to correct but I couldn’t get it right so I left as is. It’s much more teal in person, and the shimmer is a dazzling shade of turquoise that really stands out.

Alchemy Lacquers | Nicobar Pigeon

Nicobar Pigeon is a cool toned, dark grey crelly base with lime green to green to blue shifting flakes and lime green micro flakes. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

The flakes in this polish give off a light sulfur like scent – it dissipates once it dries down.

Alchemy Lacquers | Superb Bird of Paradise

Superb Bird of Paradise is a mint green creme base with green to turquoise to purple to pink shifting shimmer and micro silver holographic glitter. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Alchemy Lacquers | Birds of a Feather Collection

This is a beautifully done collection, and if you check out Alchemy Lacquers’ Instagram feed or Facebook group (both linked below) you will see the bird each polish was inspired by and how well each polish is representative of the given bird. I personally don’t know much about birds. We have a ton of pigeons and seagulls here. I know those really well. But exotic birds? Not so much.

Price: $10.50 – $11.50 Each

Release Date: Today! April 25th at 7PM EST

Where To Buy: Alchemy Lacquers Shop

Alchemy Lacquers Social Media: Instagram | Facebook | Facebook Fan Group

Hope you enjoyed and are able to snag a few goodies from this launch!

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1 comment

Ananka April 28, 2020 - 4:47 pm

These are nice, great set: -D

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