Sunday, 14 July 2013

Lac Attack Summer 2013 Beach Daze Collection Swatches

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Morning friends!

I have Lac Attack's Summer 2013 Beach Daze Collection to share with you today! I'm headed off to the beach today with friends so I thought it was the perfect time to post! This collection was just released this past Friday and there is a little bit of something for everyone. From fun glitter toppers, to a gorgeous holo and even GLOW IN THE DARK polish! The Beach Daze Collection is available now here!

I have lots of pictures of these beauties so click through for more polish and my review!

Lac Attack Endless Summer over butter LONDON Giddy Kipper. Endless Summer is a really fun glitter topper. There is a rainbow of matte glitter in a clear base. There is green, blue, light pink, yellow, hot pink, creamsicle orange and some tiny white hexes that make it so cute.

The formula on this was flawless. This is one easy coat. So glitter coverage is amazing. I think this has the potential to look amazing of a number of different shades.

Lac Attack Sand Goddess over OPI Did You 'Ear About Van Gogh. This is one of my favourite type of glitter toppers. This is a mix of micro matte glitter, including black, white, orange, pink, yellow and blue. SO FUN!

Again the formula was flawless. This is one easy coat. Sometimes these types of glitters can be thick, but this one was perfect. It does dry to a gritty finish, so make sure to use a thick coat of top coat if you want a smooth finish.

Lac Attack Fireworks At Midnight over OPI My Vampire is Buff. This is the super amazing glow in the dark polish! The glitter is a mix of matte neon hexes and neon skinny bar glitter. This polish is really cool because of the different sized glitters it reminds me more of a nail art look than a glitter topper!

Again formula was really good. I did dab a little to get the glitter placed where I wanted it, but it was not an issue. In the bottle the polish does look murky, but this is just because of the glow in the dark pigment, it goes on perfectly clear. Below is Fireworks At Midnight in all her glowy glory. Its even cooler in person. You're going to want this, trust.

Lac Attack Surfing the Sun is a bright pink coral base with a gold shimmer and a mix of gold and fuchsia hexes.

The formula is nice! I used two coats here with no issues in coverage. Some of the larger glitters seemed to be curling slightly, but they did not stick up though my top coat.

Lac Attack Sunset in Paradise is a stunning dusty purple scattered holographic. This one surprised me by being one of my favourites!

What really makes this amazing is the formula! Pretty much a one coater! I did two out of habit for these pictures, but I put this on one nail as soon as I got it and with one coat it was just as beautiful.

Lac Attack Magic Below the Water is just a magical blue jelly filled with green/blue shifting iridescent hex glitter. Seriously moving your hand around with this on it is just beautiful.

I think you all know how much I love blues and this one is no exception. Formula on this was good as well, just needed two coats for what you see here. It could also be layered over a similar blue is you want a more opaque look.

Overall, this collection is awesome. The formula on all of these was beautiful. My personal favourites are Sand Goddess, Fireworks at Midnight and Sunset in Paradise, but that was hard to pick, they are all so pretty! What are your favourites?!

The Beach Daze Collection can be purchased here for $8.00 for a full sized bottle or $4.25 for a mini bottle. At time of publication I believe all are in stock except Fireworks at Midnight, but should be back in stock soon. Make sure to keep up with Lac Attack on Facebook and Twitter to see when all the restocks will be!


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