Hihi! I hope y’all have had a lovely Tuesday so far! Had my first day at the new job and it was super fun. I am SO tired, though. It’s going to be a mess trying to reset my sleep schedule with hella insomnia, but man. So worth it.

Before I hop off the computer for the night to read and get some much-needed sleep after a relaxing tub journey (if you’re new here, that’s what my cuteboy called a bath in a sleep-induced text), I’ve got a stunning new collection to share. Literary Lacquers is back, and in a big way. Alice in Wonderland fans, you’re in for a treat.

The Alice in Lacquerland features 6 beautiful shades and an awesome gift with purchase polish (that’ll be included on orders $48 and up from now until 1/5/18). Ready for some literary lovelies?

Tulgey Wood ($12); a cooler brown holo with copper and gold glass fleck. I am so so so so so in love. This shade reminds me of the perfect cup of hot cocoa that warms you up in the dead of winter as you relax in your favorite clothes reading your most treasured novel. It’s warm and inviting, and goes on so smoothly. My photos show two coats plus top coat.

Curiouser & Curiouser ($12); a medium icy blue glittery holo. I had a tiny bit of texture with this one, but only in that you’re packing glitters in with super holo. It settled easily, however, and smoothed over with top coat. My photos show two thin coats plus top coat. Perfect wintery blue!

Always Tea Time ($12); a rose pink with some purple in it with green and gold glass fleck and flakies. Y’ALL. I need you to take a moment to appreciate those flakies and flecks like oh my lord. I am so weak. This pink pretty goes on in two smooth coats and has no texture issues (though I did use TC for photos as usual).

Six Impossible Things ($10); a classic red with gold and copper holo microglitters. Oh. Oh my. This red is everything, my dudes. It’s squishy and sultry (thaaaaat’s a weird combo, yep) and those glitters are suspended perfectly within the base. For me, this reached full opacity at two coats. The glitters were not textured, but I did use Seche Vite for my photos as I normally would.

Grin Without A Cat ($12); a cool purple multichrome that shifts to burgundy with pink to purple added shimmer. Holy sweet baby jesus. If you’re on the fence about multichromes like I am, you need this one. It’s glowy and super shifty and actually amazing. As most multichromes do, this one needed three coats for full opacity. Photos show TC as well.

The Golden Afternoon ($12); a glittery metallic yellow gold. This was most definitely the color that I wore for New Year’s Eve. It’s just so perfect for the holidays! The metallic paired with the glitters give it such a regal feel, truly. My photos show two coats plus top coat.

As mentioned above, those are the 6 core shades within the collection. Are you ready for the GWP shade?

Be What You Would Seem To Be is a soft medium purple glitter holo. This delicate and deep lilac shade is absolutely beautiful. It’s super glowy AND there’s a chance that it’s black light reactive. I’ll have to test it at some point. But for now, enjoy these photos of this delicious holo-packed glittery beauty – two coats plus top coat shown here. As a reminder, you can score this one with orders $48 and up from now until January 5th, 2018.

What a neat collection, yeah? Do you see anything that you have to have in your collection?

Be sure to check out all of the links below for more info and photos on all that Literary Lacquers has to offer!

I just spent 45 minutes looking for my glasses which were literally in front of me, next to my keyboard. I think it’s time for bed. Thanks for stopping by, loves!

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

21 Replies to “Literary Lacquers | Alice in Lacquerland Collection

  1. I love the concept of “Literary Lacquers”! It’s an English major’s dream! And usually I’m not into anything yellow, but “Golden Afternoon” has a great balance of sparkle and gold. I’d wear for sure!

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