So I was lucky enough to be sent some lovely polishes from The Lacquer Lab Beauty, a new British Indie polish brand. So first on the review list are three lovely nudes from the Naked Ladies collection.
So I decided to do some plain swatches which is completely foreign to me as I am not a seasoned Swatcher, I’m much more into nail art, but these looked so good in the bottle I wanted to see the colours in their pure form. Nail art using these polishes will follow over the coming weeks.
So first up is Kleopatra, its a lovely milky chocolate nude (as described on the lacquer lab website). It certainly meets up to its description as you can see in the picture below. I think this tone would suit most skin tones, and is very easy on the eye. I have taken indoor shots as well as my normal outdoor shots so you can get an idea of colour.
The second polish I had the pleasure of trying was a lovely pink nude called Pamela, btw these polishes are all named after famous naked ladies, I think that’s quite cool for a nude collection :), very clever.
Pamela is described as a luxe-creme lacquer with orgasmic, pink-flushed hue. Well I don’t know about descriptions of colours but this pink nude is simply beautiful as you can see below.
And last but not least there is Dita a beautiful traditional nude with a hint of a rosy peach colour, which I really couldn’t pick up properly with these pictures. Its the type of colour that can go with anything.
These are just three from the collection of Six naked ladies and after having tried the Zoya Neutrel collection may I just say this gives it a run for its money, in fact I would go as far as to say I prefer the application of these polishes to the Zoya Neutrels and I love the variation in tones, with something to suit all skin tones. For more info and lots more lovely lacquer to choose from head over to www.thelacquerlab.com.
Hey – I follow you on instagram and popped over to your site! It is wonderful, I love these pictures. I always appreciate when a blogger takes photos outside when they feel like the indoor shots are not enough. I love these polishes. I wonder if I can buy them in US.
Oh gosh I don’t know how I missed this comment. I try to take pictures in doors and out side for all of my swatches if I can, but it is not always easy being a full time working mum of twins, thanks for taking the time to comment.
The pictures in both indoor and outdoor lighting really give a more realistic perception of the polish color and how it looks on your nails 🙂
Yes agreed, I think outdoor lighting gives a better colour accuracy but it shows people how different polishes can look in doors and out doors xx