I wore two coats with topcoat but this polish was very near opaque in just one coat. It applied easily and so far no chipping after four days of wear. I received a compliment yesterday from the cashier at a restaurant. In their lighting, this polish looked greenish. It's definitely a morpher depending on the lighting situation.
This polish is available from October 17 - November 16, $13 with a $5 donation from each bottle going to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
See press release below.
*** For Immediate Release***
Amy Milder, firstname.lastname@example.org
Owner of Literary Lacquers
The Needle’s Bite to raise funds for JDRF
SANTA FE, New Mexico ﹘ With Type 1 Diabetes, every day can feel like a succession of needles. Each day is filled with finger pricks, blood tests and insulin injections.
The Needle’s Bite, developed in collaboration between Literary Lacquers and Alex and Eli Bacon-Leslie, will raise funds for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
A big fan of the “Newsflesh” series by Mira Grant, Eli Bacon-Leslie chose to name the polish “The Needle’s Bite” because of his experiences living with Type 1 Diabetes and endless days of needles and blood tests, something the characters in the book could empathize with. The characters in the “Newsflesh” series live in a world of constant needle pricks and blood tests, but in their case, the tests are for zombie amplification, not blood glucose.
Each bottle of The Needle’s Bite will be sold for $13 and $5 from each bottle will be donated to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The polish will be sold from October 17, 2016 to November 16, 2016.
Literary Lacquers, founded by Amy Milder in 2012, is an innovative independent nail polish company. Amy's passion for literature, beauty and nail polish drive her creativity and business; all of her polishes are inspired by great literary works, passages and series. Literary Lacquers are all 3-free and packaged and shipped with 100% recyclable materials. Find Literary Lacquers online at www.literarylacquers.com