SuperChic Lacquer Diamond Heist Collection Swatches & Review

by Lisa Heath

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Tonight I have the newest collection from SuperChic Lacquer – the Diamond Heist Collection!  This is an interesting collection of 5 texture shades that can be layered alone or over another shade.  In this post I decided to layer it over a similar base color, but if you check out Love for Lacquer’s review, you can see it layered on it’s own.

All 5 shades in the collection are certified to contain 1 carat weight of genuine natural diamond crystals.

I’m going to start this off by saying that if you aren’t into textures, these may not be for you.  I personally love textures and I like the concept of the Diamond Heist collection.  I can layer each shade over a similar creme shade for an instant, mild texture or I can layer it on it’s own for a much more pronounced texture.

Let’s take a look



Flawless is a pure white diamond crusted, textured micro glitter in a clear base mixed in with 1 carat total weight of natural diamond crystals and accents of silver shimmer and subtle sparks of holo.  I used 1 coat of Flawless over Nicole by OPI Yoga-Then-Yogurt.

As you can see from the photos, 1 coat added quite a bit of texture.

Flawless 3

Flawless CU

Flawless macro



Priceless is a black diamond, highly textured micro glitter in a clear base embellished with 1 carat total weight of genuine natural diamond, silver shimmer and subtle sparks of holo.  I used 1 coat over Sinful Colors Black on Black.  Of the 5, I found Priceless to have the most texture.

Priceless 3

Priceless CU

Priceless macro



As soon as I saw the name of this one, I got the song Fancy stuck in my head…

Fancy is a pale pink diamond crusted, highly textured micro glitter in a clear base, embellished with 1 carat total weight of genuine natural diamond crystals, silver shimmer and subtle sparks of holo.  I used 1 coat of Fancy over Nicole by OPI At Least I Pink So.

This was my second favorite in the collection and one I will wear again.  I like the color and the texture over a creme base was perfect for my tastes.

Fancy 3

Fancy CU

Fancy macro



Precious is a sultry blue diamond crusted, highly textured micro glitter formulation in a clear base, embellished with 1 carat total weight of genuine natural diamond crystals, silver shimmer and subtle sparks of holo.  I used 1 coat of Precious over Nicole by OPI Live In The Momentum.

Precious 3

Precious CU

Precious Macro



I saved my favorite for last.  Rarity is a sweetheart red diamond crusted, highly textured micro glitter in a clear base with 1 carat total weight of genuine natural diamond crystals, silver shimmer and subtle sparks of holo.

I used 1 coat of rarity over Sinful Colors GoGo Girl.  Of the 5 this has a much lighter texture in 1 coat.

Rarity 3

Rarity CU

Rarity macro


Like most texture shades, not everyone is going to love them.  I personally like them layered over a similar color so I get a textured effect without feeling it’s too much.  Application is a little tricky and when layering on it’s own you have to do it just right so you don’t get glitter build up and make it overly textured.  As I said, for my preference, I liked 1 coat over a base and no top coat (I like the more matte texture look).  If you want the look without the texture, Marvel Liquid Macro Top Coat (also found in the SuperChic Lacquer shop!) works well to smooth out the texture in 1-2 coats.

If texture really isn’t for you, I still suggest heading to the SuperChic Lacquer shop and checking out her past creations – the Frozen & Flurrious collection is still my favorite that she’s done.

Price: $24.00 Each

Where To Buy: SuperChic Lacquer Shop

Release Date: February 4th, 2015

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Want a chance to win some shades from the Diamond Heist Collection?  Check out SuperChic Lacquer’s Giveaway!  Ends tomorrow!

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Adventures in Polishland February 2, 2015 - 6:53 pm

Wow, you picked the perfect base polishes for each of these!

Danielle February 2, 2015 - 7:16 pm

Wow, the polish as a base really makes all the difference! Great swatches!

The Jedi Wife February 2, 2015 - 7:21 pm

I really like the way these look layered over a base shade!

victoria February 2, 2015 - 7:55 pm

Like these better as a top coat, you paired them so nicely with a base!

Ameerah@ValiantlyVarnished February 2, 2015 - 8:01 pm

Flawless and Fancy are gorgeous!

Color Me So Crazy February 2, 2015 - 8:11 pm

I’m still on the fence about these but I am a huge texture fan. I might need to try them for myself.

Marisa - Hey, Darling Polish February 2, 2015 - 10:06 pm

You did a great job with choosing your bases here! I don’t know how you do it because I’m always horrible at matching colors haha!

Jess Scull February 3, 2015 - 6:00 am

These look SO much better over a base – You chose the perfect shades!

kelliegonzo February 3, 2015 - 10:55 am

Great idea layering these! I’m going to do that when I swatch them :)

Deborah February 3, 2015 - 11:08 am

Hmm, seeing them layered I can now definitely say these aren’t working for me. But, you captured them very well, the texture is even visible on the lightest shade!

Jenny Gilmore February 3, 2015 - 11:09 am

After seeing them both ways, I definitely think I prefer them over a base like this. I still like the way the blue looks, but I still don’t think they are for me overall. I love your macros, they look great!

Simona February 3, 2015 - 11:14 am

These are so not my taste :(

Vic February 3, 2015 - 12:14 pm

I like texture but unfortunately these are nowhere near glittery enough for me.

Valesha from Peachy Polish February 3, 2015 - 2:17 pm

These are so odd but somehow still interesting. They look fab on you.

Lothwen February 3, 2015 - 2:35 pm

Cool! I just saw the other swatches and it is good to see the difference between layering or not! I would love to try these polishes.

Nicole C February 3, 2015 - 6:38 pm

This collection isn’t quite my cup of tea, but the polishes do look better over a similar color base like you did. Great pics!


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