I'm excited to show you some Nostalgic Nail Lacquers. The first is Number One Crush. This is from the most recent "Ladies in Love" Collection. It has a clear base with hearts, stars, hexes, bars, and dots in red, pink, and white. This screams LOVE to me:)
I layered Number One Crush over Orly Liquid Vinyl so I was sure to show off the different glitters. So far, Liquid Vinyl is the only black creme polish I own. I have heard good things about the Wet 'n Wild, so I am going to look for that. The brush on the Orly is so long that it's hard to control....and with black, it's important to get the lines straight because it's not forgiving if you screw up.
Number One Crush's application was great. There is so much glitter that there is no need for "fishing" or dabbing or anything like that. You just grab the brush, paint it on, and see what comes out. I love that each nail is different - like individual pieces of art.
About the Company
Erin from Nostalgic Nail Lacquer has been making polish since spring of 2011. She has created dozens of shades that are inspired by things from the past that she holds dear; thus, "Nostalgic" Nail Lacquer. I have had "As If" on my wishlist for a while and now I noticed that it's on sale for $5.00. Hmmm, maybe I need to pick that one up. I also love "Way Existential" and that's on sale too!
I had to include the shot below because I like how it is faded in areas...it looked dreamy to me:)
And one last shot for fun!
I have the entire Ladies in Love Collection to show you, but if you would like to take a look at all of them now, check them out here. I thought I'd show this "Valentinesy" one (quoted from Erin, the creator) first so you can get it in time for Valentine's Day. I tried it over grey and it looks really pretty like that too!
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Note: Nostalgic Nail Lacquer Number One Crush was provided to me for my honest review. See my Disclosure Policy for more information.