Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Loaded Honey Holiday Duo

**press sample**

Hi everyone! Two posts in one night, crazy I know. I will be missing for a few days so I figured I'd bang out a couple of reviews for you all to enjoy. 

For this post I have a very special duo of polishes for you. For those of you that have been following me for a while, you know that I recently swatched and reviewed the entire Loaded Lacquer collection here, here, here, here, and here. :) Last week Heather contacted me about teaming up with Nail Honey Custom Lacquer for a holiday duo. I was excited right away! I knew Heather's polishes were amazing, and if she says Nail Honey is good then I want some. 

So, on to the pictures. 

The Nail Honey Lacquer in this collection is called Sleigh of Steel. This polish is a charcoal gray creme base with a holographic micro shimmer. 

Application on this was flawless. It could have been a one coater if I would have been more careful. For this manicure I used 2 coats of Sleigh of Steel and topped it with 1 coat of Glossy Glam. (in the macro pic) I can't wait to wear this again when there is sun outside, hopefully I can catch all of those colors you can see peaking out in here. I see purples and pinks and blues and greens. It really is so deep and pretty. I was very impressed with the depth in this because it's technically a creme. So so so pretty. 

The Loaded Lacquer in this collection is called Giddy Up Jingle Horse. This is a clear base glitter bomb packed with large holo glitters, gunmetal, berry, & pink hexes. So much sparkle. The pictures with the glitters are 2 coats of Giddy Up Jingle Horse topped with 1 coat of Glossy Glam. This glitter bomb is just like all of the other Loaded Lacquers I've tried, jam packed with glitter that flows evenly and completely over the nail. 

This combo is a really fun take on a holiday look; very sparkly and glitzy but not so holiday themed that you can't wear it any time of the year. 

These polishes are limited edition, so head over to Nail Honeys store here or Loaded Lacquers store here to buy yours! The pair is $16, you can't beat that! 

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I will be back soon hopefully. I have some swatches waiting in the wings to be posted when I'm up to it. 

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Thanks for reading! 


**The polishes in this post were provided to me in exchange for an honest review. For more details please see my full disclosure policy.**

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