Today I have more pretty polishes to show you from Voodoo Lacquer. This is the Rockabilly Collection, being a girl who mostly listens to hip-hop I’m not too familiar with the “rockabilly” music scene. I imagine it must be a cross between rock and country. I might have to give it a listen sometime just to find out what it’s all about.
Voodoo Lacquer Rockabilly Collection ~ Part 1
My favorite from this collection is definitely 40 Miles to Vegas. A black base jam packed with holo! She’s got just about every color of holo glitter you could think of in there with holographic pigment throughout.
The maker says this polish is inspired by a song by Southern Culture on the Skids and “It’s like approaching the Vegas at night and all those pretty lights.”
A perfect description in my opinion. It is so sparkly! I used 3 coats and it was surprisingly smooth, I only needed one coat of Seche topcoat. The formula was great, no issues at all. But I should mention that all of Voodoo Lacquer’s polishes do have a slight smell to them, I know some people have sensitive noses. It’s a sort of minty scent. Personally it doesn’t bother me at all I actually kind of like it.
Devil In A Blue Dress is a blue jelly with iridescent blue glitter, small matte black glitter and tiny blue flakes. It’s has a really pretty shimmer in the base as well, you can really see that in this first photo. The larger blue hexes are those thin glitters that sometimes give off a reflective curl but all of them laid flat on the nail. This is 3 coats, no undies with one coat of Seche topcoat. As far as application it’s best to wait a couple minutes between coats to let each set otherwise you can get a bit of cuticle drag. But that’s common with some jellies.
Mayhem is a glitter topper filled with various sizes of black, red and yellow hexes with fine gold flakies throughout. The maker says it’s “Inspired by the beautiful Imelda May and her song Mayhem”
I really liked the color combo here, those gold flakies give it an extra dimension that really make this one stand out. Shown here is one coat of Mayhem over Zoya Jacqueline. Had no problems with the application, all the glitters came out easily and spread just like so, no dabbing or placing needed. I used one coat of Gelous followed by a coat of Seche Vite to smooth it out.
It’s Martini Time is another favorite of mine. Varying sizes of gold and green iridescent hexes, small pastel green squares, small silver glitters, platinum flakes, holo silver shards and medium sized green hexes “for that olive in the martini glass.” Inspired by the song ‘It’s Martini Time’ by the Reverend Horton Heat.
I wore one coat over OPI’s Isn’t It Romantic, a pale pink jelly with an iridescent green shimmer, I thought it matched nicely, it really looks like a martini. And I love the pink flash that comes from the gold glitters, it’s so pretty. The application was great with this one too.
Voodoo Lacquer is available on Etsy and ranges in price from $8- $8.50 for a full size (15ml) bottle. She also has a few polishes from older collections on sale right now for only $5.
And make sure to check out Voodoo Lacquer on Facebook for info on upcoming collections as well as any special offers or promotions.
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Till next time friends..
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