Monday, April 8, 2013

More Like Fire Than Light

Whew! What a ride! I am finally settled in after a very long, very stressful two weeks of moving! My nails took quite a beating, and I have soo much to catch up on in the nail world, but I am SO glad to be back! Luckily, I have several polishes that were swatched before the move, so my poor, torn up nails have a bit of a chance to heal :)

Ladies: I'm coming back with a bang! I have something truly fantastic for you today: Another of the polishes sent to me for review by Literary Lacquer, and it's a stunning linear holo!

I am pleased to introduce you to More Like Fire Than Light, an intense and vivid juicy orange linear holo inspired by Delta of Venus by Anais Nin. I don't really read erotic fiction myself, but even I'm aware of the inspiration behind this one. All photos show three coats of More Like Fire Than Light, topped with Out The Door, taken under natural sunlight.

The holo in More Like Fire Than Light is just . . . wow. Look at those lines!

My absolute favorite thing about this polish? It doesn't look at all dusty or dull out of the sunlight. Look at how vibrant that orange is in the shade! It's like a bright tangerine shimmer with a special surprise when you step outside.

Application was perfect. Three coats give complete opacity and the brightest possible color, and the linear holo is strong enough to stand up to any topcoat. Pretty sure this polish is going to be a staple for me all summer: it might possibly the only polish I use on my toes at all! 

Literary Lacquers can be purchased on Etsy, and liked on Facebook. If you'd like to see two of the other The Good Parts polishes that I've reviewed, they can be found here: Woman of Pleasure and Bionic Mmmm Detector. I have one more polish to show you, and, as always, I saved my favorite for last, so tune back in tomorrow!

*This polish was provided to me for an honest review. 

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