Press samples ahead!

You guuuuuuuys! 1. I’m finally cold enough that I want to wear something on my feet. Feet covers. This doesn’t happen. Ever. 2. Today was payday and most of it is already gone because of groceries. Ugh. Gonna try meal prep for the boyfriend and I. We’ll see how it goes, huh?

Anywho. Tonight I’ve got 7 SUPER gorgeous small batch polishes from Seventy Seven Nail Lacquer to share with y’all. Now, when I say small batch, I mean super small. Connie said that there’s about 12 bottles of each, so make sure y’all set your alarms for 12p EST! This is going to be photo heavy, so let’s get right in!

 

First up is Lexie, a grape jelly packed with various glitter sizes! This one was a tad thick, but I’m inclined to believe that it might have been the air in the house – I sit right next to the air vent, so I’m pretty sure that made the formula a little wonky. I used only two coats and I love love love how the thicker formula suspended the glitters within, making it an inky purple sea of glittery goodness. Unf. My kinda purple, right?! Right!

 

Crystal; taupey purple holo shred-filled polish with various glitters. HAH. That’s a mouthful. I don’t even know that it made sense, but it’s the only way I could think to describe this magic in a bottle. When I first saw this one, I figured I wouldn’t like it because y’all know me and glitters don’t get along, but boy, I was wrong. It went on in one thicker coat and settled beautifully with my top coat. The shreds in this totally freaked out my camera, I’m so sad. I love taupey-lookin’ purples something fierce.

 

Tiffany; an almost denim blue jelly that leans a little on the teal side with more of those delicious holo shreds. This one, had it not had a slightly jelly base, would have totally been a one coat wonder! The formula was delightful, though. Not textured and shone just as much before top coat as it did after. Efffff, Tiffany, I love you.

 

Ashlynn; a deep brick red creme with red shimmer sprinkled throughout. Oh. Oh man. Ohhhhhhhhhhhh man. This is perfect. It goes on in one, buttery smooth coat and ugh. I just. Don’t mind me, I’m just drooling at my desk.

 

 

Dallas; a ripened berry holo with sparse glitters. YOU GUYS. I’m about 93% sure that this is what my blood looks like. And if by some chance I’m wrong, I’m leaving one of you nerds in charge of replacing my blood with this when I die. Easy enough, right? YEAH BUD. Anywho. One coat wonder here, too! It was a bit on the thick side, but it’s so heavily pigmented that I would have been shocked had it not been.

 

Cherry; a cherry (HAH, Y’ALL WOULDA NEVER GUESS THAT BASED ON THE NAME, RIGHT?)  red shimmer with the perfect amount of contrasting tiny blue glitters. This one, because of the shimmery formula took three coats, but it was easy to work with and was ultra-shiny once it dried. This one has to be another of my favorites from these 7 babies. It’s just so unreasonably pretty.

 

Ginger; a dusty, shimmery rose holo with iridescent glitters. Okay, okay, another favorite of mine. There’s nothing about this one that I don’t love. I went with two coats, but definitely could have gotten away with just one. Ginger is absolutely perfect for Valentine’s Day, especially if you’re going for a more sophisticated and sultry look. Unf.

 

And that’s it! These 7 beauties would fit right in with anybody’s lacquered arsenal, I certainly love them in mine!

Y’all had best get your ninja fingers ready because I know these are going to go quickly. They’re $11.99 each and you can get them over at the Seventy Seven Nail Lacquer shop at 9a PST!

Also be sure to check out our little facebook group for the latest news on the brand (and some neato deals, too!). You can also follow Connie’s gorgeous creations on instagram here.

 

Which do y’all like best? So many unique finishes to choose from, huh?

 

Thanks for reading loves!

***The polishes mentioned in this post were sent to me in exchange for an honest review and photos, which can be found above.***

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