Happy Friday! I was going to type this up during a lunch break earlier this week – but I’ve been helping in various departments at work and honestly forgot. So now that I’m home – it’s time to share! We’re going to be taking a look at the Ethereal Lacquer Customer Appreciation Release!
The Ethereal Lacquer Customer Appreciation Release consists of 6 polishes that are mainly 2.0 versions of previous mystery polishes.
I typically do buy mysteries from all of the Ethereal Lacquer releases – and all 6 of these are shades I never got in my mystery packs – so I don’t have the originals to compare.
For the fine details – for all photos shown – I used Vapid Lacquer Commitment Issues Peel Off Base, and for the glossy photos I did use a combination of the top coats including Glisten & Glow and Vibrant Vinyls. I purchased the Vapid Lacquer Commitment Issues and the top coats were sent as pr or as gifts.
I do use artificial lighting for my photos. I work during the day and weekend afternoons I’m with Nick and Jacob, so I do most swatching when the sun is setting or gone. My current setup uses GlamCor Pro LIghts and I use the Ultra X Model and this Daylight Company Duo Daylight Lamp (affiliate link).
Let’s jump in and take a look! These release on June 17th.
Ethereal Lacquer | Ali 2.0
Ali 2.0 was originally one of the In The Name Of The Moon Part 1 Mystery shades. This is a soft lilac jelly base with pink to orange shifting shimmer. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Ethereal Lacquer | Diamondback 2.0
Diamondback 2.0 was originally one of the Serpentine mysteries. This is a medium brown linear holographic with copper shimmer. It has a strong bronze flame to it as well. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
All proceeds from this polish will be donated to the Daytona Halifax Humane Society to help the cats and dogs.
Ethereal Lacquer | Pink Venom 2.0
Pink Venom 2.0 was originally a Serpentine mystery shade. This is a neon pink base packed with pink to orange shifting shimmer. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
This shade dries down with a satin finish due to the neon pigment. I used glossy top coat to make it shine.
The pigment used in this polish has the potential to fade over time and after a year, you may notice the pigment is less intense.
All proceeds donated to the Daytona Halifax Humane Society to help the cats and dogs in need.
Ethereal Lacquer | Sailor Stallion
Sailor Stallion was originally a gift with purchase polish for In The Name Of the Moon Part 2. This is a deep blue base with blue to red pigment mixed in, as well as green to blue shifting iridescent flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Ethereal Lacquer | Thinking Of Blue
Thinking Of Blue is a sister polish to Dreaming of You, which was originally a Dreamy mystery polish! This is a bright medium marine blue base packed with red to pink to orange to green shifting shimmer. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Originally we were going to get Dreaming of You, but then that prototype was being used in a different upcoming polish – so Thinking of Blue was born!
Ethereal Lacquer Thundercloud 2.0
Thundercloud 2.0 was originally a Dreamy mystery shade! This is a stormy teal base packed with pink to purple to orange to green shimmer and holographic flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Ethereal Lacquer | Customer Appreciation Release
Lots of pretties, but my favorites are Pink Venom 2.0, Diamondback 2.0, and Thundercloud 2.0
Price: $10.00 – $13.50 Each
Shop Opens: June 17th at 9pm Eastern
Where To Buy: Ethereal Lacquer Shop | Rainbow Connection UK | Girly Bits Cosmetics
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I do have more Ethereal to share this weekend – so be ready!