Let’s keep the post train going! I got one done before work, and now that my lunch break is here – I’m ready for another! Next up I’ll be sharing the BLUSH Lacquers Summer Soirée Collection, which is also the One Year Anniversary collection!
Look at all that sparkle above! We’ve got an incredible mix of shades going on, and some feel perfect for Summer nights and moving right into Fall. This is a fantastical collection of shimmer and iridescence inspired by sophisticated French parties and delicacies.
We ready to take a look? Brace yourself.
Raspberry Sorbet is a raspberry pink jelly base packed with gold shimmer, silver holographic flakes and pink to blue to purple shifting iridescent shred flakes. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Because of the jelly base, the more coats you use, the deeper the shade will get.
Alright everyone. If you can only pick up ONE shade from this collection… make it Escargot, Non? I took a few photos at various angles, and it’s even better in person. It’s freaking gorgeous.
Escargot, Non? is a deep eggplant base packed with bronze to green shifting shimmer, silver holo flakes and blue to green to gold shifting iridescent flakes. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat.
According to BLUSH Lacquers – this is a kind of mix between The Secret Door and Amethyst Amulet.
Rose Gold Garden
Rose Gold Garden is a gorgeous golden olive jelly base with strong rosy pink shimmer, silver holo flakes and gold to green to orange to pink shifting iridescent flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Le Petit Macaron
Le Petit Macaron is a french blue base packed with bright aqua to purple shimmer, silver holo flakes, and pink to green to gold shifting iridescent flakes. This shade has a metallic like appearance with all the shimmer packed in.
I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Gilded Fawn is a golden taupe jelly base with golden green shimmer, silver holo flakes and green to orange shifting iridescent flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Bonne Chance is a navy jelly base with bright aqua shimmer, silver holo flakes and purple to pink to orange shifting iridescent flakes. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
After Hours is a plum jelly base with golden green shimmer, holo flakes and gold to orange to pink to green shifting iridescent flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
BLUSH Lacquers Summer Soirée Collection Overview
So to start – happy one year anniversary to BLUSH Lacquers!
I will say this is another collection that has a stunning uniqueness to it from BLUSH Lacquers, and I really love it. There are some indie brands that just pump out shades that have a personal touch that sets them apart from others, and this is definitely one of those brands. Each shade in the collection has densely packed shimmer, iridescent flakes and holo flakes but it’s not overdone to become a gloppy mess.
I did use a thick top coat for these photos (I use Glitter Glaze by Girly Bits) which was sufficient, but if you don’t have a thick top coat you might have to double up on top coat for a smooth finish.
My Top Picks: Escargot, Non? | Bonne Chance | Rose Gold Garden | After Hours
Price: $11.00 Each | $77.00 Full Collection
Release Date: June 9th at 7pm EST
Where To Buy: BLUSH Lacquers Shop
I’m not sure yet if Girly Bits will also be carrying this collection, but once I have confirmation I’ll add that to the post!
What are your thoughts on the BLUSH Lacquers Summer Soirée Collection? Will you be picking any up?