La Bella Vernice Nail Lacquer Swatches & Review Part 2

by Lisa Heath
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La Bella Vernice Nail Lacquer Swatches & Review Part 2

A little over a month ago I showed you swatches from the indie brand La Bella Vernice (if you missed it, make sure you go take a look HERE) and I instantly fell in love with her buttery smooth nail lacquers.  I have received 6 more of La Bella Vernice creations to share with you tonight!

Three of the polishes shown tonight are thermal nail lacquers, so they change with temperature.  My hands are usually pretty cold, so some photos my hands will be wet as I needed to run them under hot water in order to activate them.  I did wear these as full manicures and can guarantee they do change on their own, but for photo purposes, I did need water assistance (my house is freezing!)

Feeling Blue

Feeling Blue Warm

Feeling Blue is the shade I recommend for EVERYONE.  If you can only splurge on ONE polish right now, this polish IS IT.  Hands down.  Feeling Blue is a pale dusty blue grey jelly base with a ton of silver holographic micro glitters.  I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Feeling Blue Warm Side

Feeling Clue CU

And when you activate the color you get a gorgeous blue base (instead of a dusty light blue base!)

Feeling Blue Cold

Feeling Romantic

Feeling Romantic Warm full

Feeling Romantic is a hot pink jelly base with holographic micro glitter.  Another beauty!  I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Feeling Romantic Warm

When heat activated it turns to a beautiful pinkish purple

Feeling Romantic Cold

Feeling Shameless

Feeling Shameless

Feeling Shameless is a purple jelly base with scattered holographic.  I used 3 thin coats for this photo.

Feeling Shameless CU Cold

Feeling Shameless AL

And when “activated” it changes to a lovely light blue

Feeling Shameless Warm

Autumn Sunset

Autumn Sunset

Autumn Sunset is a duo chrome polish with a light brownish red to deep pink shift and blue micro shimmer in it.  It was a thinner formula and brush strokes are visible, but it is a magnificent shade!  I used 3 thin coats for this photo.

Autumn Sunset Side

Autumn Sunset CU

Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkin Spice is a metallic reddish orange shade.  I used 2 coats for these photos and a glossy top coat.

Pumpkin Spice Side

Pumpkin Spice CU

Roni Jo

Roni Jo

Roni Jo is a gorgeous bright pink with a hint of purple in it and a very fine linear holographic effect.  This really glows in person and it’s beautiful!  I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for this photo.

Roni Jo CU

Roni Jo AL

Overview

Another great assortment of nail lacquers from La Bella Vernice!  I absolutely loved the thermal shades, and as I said – if you can only get one polish from this post, get Feeling Blue! I had no application issues with any of the shades to report aside from Autumn Sunset being a little thin and having visible brush strokes, but overall I am very pleased with all of these nail lacquers!

Price: Most polishes in the La Bella Vernice Shop start at $4.50 and go up to $10.00 

Where To Buy: La Bella Vernice Shop

Make sure you check out La Bella Vernice on Facebook for more swatches and updates!

Missed my last La Bella Vernice review?  Check out the La Bella Vernice section of my Swatch Gallery for more shades she carries!

What did you think?  Any of these La Bella Vernice shades catch your eye?

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