Great Lakes Lacquer | Westworld Collection

by Lisa Heath
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Great Lakes Lacquer | Westworld Collection

Press Sample of the Great Lakes Lacquer
Westworld Collection

It has been a week. We’re finally all over our various bugs in the house, and man.. that was a pain. Jacob came home with a cold, then a few days later I got hit hard with it. Same day I woke up with it, Nick woke up with a stomach bug. Jacob got better, then I took a day off due to a fever… only to get a call from Jacob’s school to pick him up because he got Nick’s stomach bug. We were trying so hard to not cross contaminate, but failed.

It’s always something.

On the bright side, I did get a lot of swatching done, and … I’m scrambling. I won’t lie at all, I’m rushing around like a chicken with it’s head cut off. Being sick set me back a little, but overall I’m keeping up. Polish Pickup is around the corner, and it hits right after Black Friday – and I have a LOT of Black Friday posts to share… including this post here.

We’re going to be looking at the Great Lakes Lacquer Westworld Collection!

The Westworld Collection will be releasing on December 28th at 9pm EST and will have special pricing for that weekend. The collection will remain available after the Black Friday weekend, but the price will go to normal if you purchase after that time frame. You’ll also receive one of these polishes free if you purchase the entire collection.

This collection is inspired by the HBO show Westworld, which I’ve seen a little bit of. I know Nick has seen a lot of it, but he usually would watch it while I was swatching.. so yeah – I haven’t seen a ton of it. Whether you’ve seen the show or not though – you’re gonna love this collection.

Ready to jump in?

Great Lakes Lacquer | Bring Yourself Back Online

Bring Yourself Back Online is a sheer, pale aqua jelly based pastel multichrome with strong shimmery shifts of icy blue to teal to pink to lilac to magenta to orange to gold. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos. Some VNL is still visible, so you can also use as a topper, or do slightly thicker coats.

This is slightly softer and shiftier in person.

Great Lakes Lacquer | Freeze All Motor Functions

Freeze All Motor Functions is a white crelly base loaded with teal to blue to purple to magenta to orange multichrome flakes, as well as a teal to blue to purple shimmer that gives a nice glowy effect when the light hits. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Great Lakes Lacquer | Time To Write My Own F’ing Story

Time To Write My Own F’ing Story (yes I’m censoring it… we can get dinged for certain words but the actual name has the full F word) is a berry red multichrome that shifts to a magenta to orange to gold. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Great Lakes Lacquer | I’m Well Off My Knees

I’m Well Off My Knees is a white crelly base with magenta to gold to green shifting flakes, as well as pink to green to gold shifting aurora shimmer mixed in. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Great Lakes Lacquers | It Doesn’t Look Like Anything To Me

It Doesn’t Look Like Anything To Me is a slate blue-grey creme with strong red to orange to gold multichrome shimmer mixed in. The shimmer gives the polish an almost lavender tinge. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

If you purchase the full collection, this shade is free. If you only want this shade – you’ll be able to purchase it during the launch weekend only.

Great Lakes Lacquer | Making Peace With Past Indiscretions

Making Peace With Past Indiscretions is an emerald green based multichrome that shifts blue to purple to magenta to red to orange to gold, and has a soft scattered holographic effect. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Great Lakes Lacquer | Someone Who Has Yet To Come

Someone Who Has Yet To Come is a vibrant cornflowerish perwinkle (depending on lighting, it looks either cornflower or periwinkle to me) blue crelly base loaded with gold to green to aqua to sapphire shifting aurora shimmer. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Great Lakes Lacquer | Take My Heart When You Go. Take Mine In Its Place.

Take My Heart When You Go. Take Mine In Its Place. is a peach leaning, pale beige crelly with linear holographic and magenta to gold to green shifting aurora shimmer. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Great Lakes Lacquer | These Violent Delights Have Violent Ends

These Violent Delights Have Violent Ends is a vibrant violet jelly base with orange to gold to green shifting iridescent flakes and a touch of matching iridescent shimmer. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Great Lakes Lacquer | Merry Mint

Merry Mint is the special Black Friday polish!

Merry Mint is a pale mint crelly with gold shimmer that shifts to green and aqua at extreme angles. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

This polish is free for those that order $50 or more from the 28th at 9 PM EST til Monday at 9 PM EST. Nothing will need to be done; it will automatically be included. This color will be be restocked or sold.

Great Lakes Lacquer | Westworld Collection

I have some standout favorites from this set – mainly Merry Mint (worth spending the $50 for this one) as well as Freeze All Motor Functions and Take My Heart When You Go. Take Mine In Its Place. There’s a nice selection of shades – but those are my personal favs.

Price from 11/28 through 12/2 : $12.00 Each | $85.00 Full Collection

Price After Black Friday Weekend: $13.00 Each | $100.00 Full Collection

Release Date: November 28th at 9PM EST


Where To Buy: Great Lakes Lacquer Shop

Black Friday Specials: It Doesn’t Look Like Anything To Me is a Free Gift With Purchase of the full collection from 11/28-12/2. Spend $50 from 11/28 – 12/2 and receive Merry Mint free.

Great Lakes Lacquer Social Media: Facebook | Instagram

I’ll be back soon with more Black Friday posts – but this was a great one to kick off with!

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1 comment

Angela November 19, 2019 - 6:44 pm

Sorry, but just to be clear. It’s November the 28th, right. Because at the top of your post it saids December the 28th.

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