Friday, June 21, 2013

Urban Lacquer: Red, White & YOU

Brenda at Urban Lacquer has an extra special creation for Independence day. I've copied her description and pasted it below but a neat way to think of these polishes is like they are fireworks - no two are alike. Definitely a must have for me, I love the uniqueness and the holiday - what better way to celebrate it than with a special nail polish?

Here's Brenda's description with more detail:

So, here are the specs/background about Red, White, & YOU: When I was brainstorming different ideas about the type of polish I would offer for Independence Day, I wanted a polish that celebrated the uniqueness, and individuality of American citizens/residents, but still utilized our patriotic colors of red, white, and blue. So, with RW&Y, each polish is made with the same glittery, silver/white translucent base, but each bottle will have a different combination of red & blue glitters. The glitters come in all sizes, shapes, and finishes - circle, matte, hex, square, holo, diamond, etc., and no two polishes are exactly alike. I aimed to keep each polish unique, to honor the individuality of each person in our beautiful country.

This is just one of the many one of a kind bottles of Red White & YOU. I wore one coat over Sally Hansen Whirlwind White.

My bottle was packed with a very fine silvery shimmer, red and blue squares, big blue holo dots, smaller red dots, micro glitter and iridescent glitters. Simply beautiful! I enjoyed wearing it and received complements about how sparkly and unusual it was.

The polish will launch on Sunday, June 23rd, at 7pm at the latest at the Urban Lacquer Etsy Shop and you can check for updates on facebook.
What do you think of Red, White, & YOU?


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    1. The pricing will be on her etsy shop and facebook page! :D

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    1. Isn't it though? I love those big dots and I'm a big fan of square glitter. It doesn't seem to be used very often, so I was stoked when I saw it!

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    1. Isn't it though? And so sparkly, I couldn't even do it justice!


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