Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer A Long Time Ago Tomorrow

*I received the following product in exchange for my honest review.

I had the pleasure of working with Julie from Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer for the most recent Color Box. In addition to making a beautiful color for that box, she kindly sent me a handful of her polishes for me to try and review. I have one of those colors she sent to me to share with you today. It's a real stunner!

A Long Time Ago Tomorrow 
A Long Time Ago Tomorrow is a sheer tardis blue base filled with bright blue flakies with a subtle pink shift.

Collection: Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer It Got Away From Me, Yeah... 2014

Color: This is a rich and beautiful blue. Tardis blue is definitely one of my favorite blues shades. What I love most about this is the finish. Those flakies even though they're in the same color family as the base really glow and stand out against it. This color really has a beautiful bejeweled look to it.

Formula: This formula was sheer and thin with a satin finish. I needed 4 coats to get the opacity I liked. However, because of this type of formula, it dried quickly between coats so the application was a breeze. Usually, the more coats the more likely you are to have dragging or thickening. This was not the case with this polish. I know 4 coats is a lot for many people, but they truly were effortless thanks to this type of formulation.

Price: This is $12 on Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer's site.

Overall: I'm really impressed with this polish. It looked pretty amazing in the bottle, but it looked even better on the nail. I love the vibrancy of this blue with those bright flakies and I appreciate the thoughtfulness put into this formula to make sure it performed its best.

My Rating: 5 out of 5 *Golden* Paint Splatters

Happy Tuesday!

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