No, your eyes do not deceive you, I am infact reviewing a polish two weeks in a row. I’m going to really make an effort to carry on doing this over the coming months, especially as I’ve bought so many polishes since the beginning of the year.
F.U.N Lacquer is probably the Indie brand that I’ve eyed the most over the years, and when I placed my first Indie polish haul earlier in the year I bought three of the polishes in different finishes to try out, Blessing is the second that I’ve tried, although I never got around to reviewing the first yet – and it’s had me really impressed.
I bought this as online it looked like a gorgeous teal and purple multichrome, which matched my wedding theme. When it arrived I noted that the teal was more green, but never-the-less the polish was still gorgeous and that didn’t stop me wearing it. In the bottle this looks a bit boring to be honest the square shaped glass does not help accentuate the beautiful effect this has on a curvature of a nail, an OPI shaped bottle would show this off in it’s full glory!
Depending on the light you catch your nails in affects the effect which it has. In bright sunlight the multichrome is virtually unnoticeable, instead it’s a bright flash of glowing emerald green that looks stunning. But catch this in shade/evening/not bright sunshine and it’s even more staggeringly pretty, with every slight shift in movement this changes from deep navy purple, into a brighter violet purple into a gorgeous forest green.
I had worries that this was going to be horrible to apply. The first coat of this goes very sheer, verging on patchy and streaky looking – but a second coat applies much better, and this is shown with just two coats. This is yet another polish which has a gorgeous finish without a topcoat, although without one it has an average wear time of 3 days, I’ve found re-wearing with with a topcoat improves performance significantly.
You may notice an accent glitter nail on my ring finger, that’s a polish which has just arrived called Digital Dreams from the Sinful Colors Kandee Johnson collection, which is a opalescent multi-dimensional glitter, this will look great over most polishes, but particularly over ones which are a little darker.. I had to eBay order this from the US since we no longer get the Sinful Colors line here, It cost me around $11 with shipping (I think it retails at $2.99), so the markup wasn’t too horrendous, and it was worth every penny, or should that be dime?
I’m seriously impressed with this polish and I’m looking forward to trying the third F.U.N lacquer one I picked up. I’m defintiely planning on getting more of these multichrome polishes from them in future. I love the effect on the nails!
Have you tried F.U.N Lacquer Polishes?