I'm sure y'all are getting ready for 4th of July Tomorrow.
I'm still trying to decide what I want to do on my nails, but for now, I have a review of a Collection from Precision Nail Lacquer.
This is Called the Oasis Collection and it has some neutral and warm colors.
Here's a Collage.
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The Collection came to me with a paper I just had to take a picture of. The paper has the name of the collection and the name of each of the polishes in the collection.
Here's the front below.
For those of you not aware of Precision Lacquer, you can see below that they are 3 Free, which is amazing!
The Oasis collection is one of the most uniquely named collection I think I have seen in a while.
The way the polish names blended into each other as seen in this description below just had me laughing! I definitely had to take a picture to humor someone else out there. :-)
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Well, Let the review begin!
Pictures are all without topcoat.
First up is Sage!
This is a Dusty green that has a hint or silver shimmer in it. Application was lovely and it was opaque in two easy coats.
This is a pinkish nude color. It was a bit sheer so what you see below is about 3 coats. I don't like Visible Nail Line (VNL) so I had to layer till I couldn't see my nail line anymore.
Sandstorm is up next.
This is as nude as it get! Reminds me of sand - just as the names suggests. Lol
The formula on this one wasn't the best. It's sheer and took lots of patience to apply well in 3 coats.
Next up is a polish that struck me as so beautiful in this collection. I KNOW! It's dark, yet I find it gorgeous!
This polish below is called You're in De-nile River
Next up is Been There, Dune That.
Another slightly pink-hued color in this collection. Two coats below.
And Last but not the least is my absolute favorite in this collection.
It's called Scorpion King.
I have a soft spot for black polishes that aren't just Black. This has some silver shimmers in it and it was opaque in one coat. But I used two for good measure.
I love love this polish!
And that's it for my swatches darling.
I love the creative names of the polishes in this collection. Especially the story that accompanied it. Don't blame me, I'm a sucker for details. :-D
I also love the whole Sahara/Sand/Oasis theme. These aren't polishes I'd jump to during the summer, but I can't wait to rock a lot of them during the winter/fall.
Scorpion King is so beautiful and sage is lovely!
I didn't like the formula on most of the near nude shades, but they aren't impossible to work with.
If you're interested in either or these polishes or want to check out more from Precision Nail Lacquer, Please visit their website, and on Facebook.
That's it for now honeys.
Till Later, God Bless.