Hiya guys! How's it going? I am at home resting from work and trying to regain some strength once more. Headaches have been killer again this week so no going out for me. That's alright, I get to stay in and play with so many pretty polishes. Today I will be sharing part of the new release from Ladybug Lacquer and it's called the Autumn Cremes collection. I have four of the six cremes to show you, as well as the beautiful glitter topper I know you'll love as much as I did.
The Autumn Cremes Collection by Ladybug Lacquer will be releasing Friday, November 6th at 9 am PST. Each full size will retail for $9.50 and minis size for $3.95. There will also be a discount available for purchasing the set as a whole. Now let's get to the swatches!
Ladybug Lacquer - Granny's Pumpkin Pie
Granny's Pumpkin Pie can be described as a burnt orange creme polish. Doesn't this immediately remind you of pumpkin spice?! And now I want a latte haha. Definitely a great shade for the season right now, if you don't already have something similar. The formula has such a smooth and easy application, with the consistency balancing perfectly between thick and thin. It's almost a one coater, but I did use a second layer to even out a few spots. Shown here is two coats sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Ladybug Lacquer - Thyme and Thyme Again
Thyme and Thyme Again can be described as a subdued green creme inspired by yummy herbs and Thanksgiving dinner. I am always impressed when a polish can change my opinion on a color tone and this is a great example of that. The shade compliments my skin tone like I never thought a green would do. The formula and consistency are similar to that of Granny's Pumpkin Pie, where it's almost a one coater but needs a second to even out. Shown here is two coats sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Ladybug Lacquer - Wicked Witch's Candied Apple
Wicked Witch's Candied Apple can be described as a delicious red creme polish. Red is probably my favorite color of all time, so I am definitely very fickle when it comes to the shade. One thing I love so much about this polish is how much it nails the 'apple' tone. It's almost like a muted bright red, if that even makes sense haha. The formula for this one was noticeably different than the other two cremes and felt like a thinner application. There was a little running on the sides, but gladly no staining to report! Like the others, this does dry to a glorious shiny finish on its own. Shown here is three coats sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Ladybug Lacquer - Jump
Jump can be described as a glitter topper filled with various caramel glitters and some micro iridescence. Must-have alert guys! This is such a beautiful glitter topper that goes well with so many shades or gradient combinations. I can see myself wearing this for something as causal as dinner date to an office party. The formula and consistency are excellent with each brush stroke having an abundance of glitter. The glitters glide off the brush easily and disperse well in a single polish stroke, no need to dab. Shown here is one coat over a nude to brown gradient and sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Overall I am more than thrilled that Kimberly, owner of Ladybug Lacquer, decided to take the leap and dive into making more cremes. During her initial brand launch I mentioned it as something I'd like to see her focus on in the future, and this collection showcases that extremely well. The must-haves for me among the ones I received are Granny's Pumpkin Pie and Jump. And in case you're wondering, these cremes definitely pass the watermarble test! I'll be sharing that mani later on this week before release. But tell me guys, do you get excited as I do when it comes to creme polishes? What's your favorite from this collection?
As I mentioned before, the Autumn Cremes Collection by Ladybug Lacquer will be releasing Friday, November 6th at 9 am PST. Each full size will retail for $9.50 and minis size for $3.95. There will also be a sale the weekend of the launch for 10% off that will run until Sunday night, no code needed.
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