Lumina Lacquers Dia De Los Muertos Collection Swatches and Review

by Lisa Heath

Lumina Lacquers Dia De Los Muertos Collection Swatches and Review

I’m back with more lovely Lumina Lacquer swatches!  This time I’m reviewing her Dia de los Muertos collection!  If you want to revisit my original Lumina Lacquer post, please take a peek HERE!

Lumina Lacquer Dia de los Muertos collection consists of 3 glitter polishes that are all very different from each other.  I’m going to start this off with my favorite of the 3!

Sugar Skulls:

Sugar Skulls is a matte glitter top coat (or full opacity polish if you layer it enough).  I layered it over Barielle Allie’s Lace Cover Up for this photo.  Sugar Skulls consists of small matte white, yellow, red, blue, aqua and black glitters.  I used 2 coats for this mani.  I LOVE matte glitter polishes and this one has so many different colors it goes with a variety of base colors!

Dance Macabre:

Dance Macabre almost got my “favorite” vote!  I do love this one too, but my love of matte glitters won me over on Sugar Skulls!  Dance Macabre has small white and black hex glitters, slightly larger aqua and gold/yellow hex glitters, holo stars and holo moons in a clear base.  I used 1 coat of Dance Macabre over Barielle’s One Shade of Grey!  I had no issued getting stars and moons out either, they were suspended right along with the rest of the glitters and came out easily for me without fishing.

La Catrina:

La Catrina is also a gorgeous glittery love!  It is my 3rd favorite of the group, but it doesn’t take away from the fact that I will use it again!  La Catrina has small white, turquoise and black round glitter, slightly larger pink, turquoise,  gold, and silver hex glitter, large pink, turquoise, blue and gold hex glitters as well as gold flower shaped glitter all in a clear pink base.  I used 1 layer of La Catrina over piCture pOlish Electric Blue!

Much like I said in my last post, what I absolutely love about  Lumina Lacquer’s glittery wonders is that they are unlike other glitters I have.  The formula, the color combos, the glitter combos – all of it.  I also know she tests her polishes and stands behind her product!  Another job well done Tatiana!!

Lumina Lacquer retail for $8.50 each and can be found HERE for purchase

To check out Lumina Lacquer on Facebook – head on over HERE

Keep an eye out for her next collection! I am so excited to see what they will be this time!

***Products in this post were sent for review.  All opinions are my own***

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