Good morning! I have some of the Sassy Lacquer winter polishes to share with you today. Like the last time I tried out Sassy Lacquer polishes, I was really impressed with the creativity and quality of these polishes.
First up we have Boughs of Mint Holly. It's a lovely minty green base, accented with gold shimmer, red shards, and small silver glitters that look white in the polish. The balance of glitter in this one is really lovely and it was easy to apply despite having shards. I've misplaced my swatch notes for these polishes, but I can tell you that this is either two or three coats.
Next is Jack Frost. I was worried that this one would end up being too frosty, but it is really perfect. It has a nice wintery shimmer without crossing over into the frosty-finish territory. Again, this is two or three coats.
Shimmering Sugarplums is a pretty glitter topper. In the bottle, this polish appears to have a shimmery jellylike base, but for me, it mostly just looked like a clear base when applied to the nail. That's okay though, the combination of green, purple, and gunmetal grey glitters are beautiful on their own. I've shown SS here over butter LONDON Sprog.
Here are some macro shots of the bottles! Gettin' up close and personal with some glitter!
Which one is your favorite? I am loving the gold shimmer in Boughs of Mint Holly.
Sassy Lacquer polishes are 3-free and sold here. You can also check out the brand's Facebook page for more information.
The products in this post were provided to me for review.