If you’re been reading my blog awhile, you know that Reverie Nail Lacquer was a brand I’ve fallen in love with lately in a huge way! More than any other brand, our tastes in polish seem to really align- I feel like her stuff is the kind of polish I’d be making if I had my own brand. So, I was happy to have the chance to review her most recent release- a mini set of polishes between her regular seasonal releases!
The mini collection consists of three polishes total- Dragonet, Rosebud and Provence. It will be released in her shop on 01/28. Let’s take a look!
Reverie Nail Lacquer Dragonet is described as a squishy dark blue jelly base packed with colorful glitter, shimmer and purple to green shifting flakies. I used three coats for the below photos along with Gelous + Out The Door top coat. The formula was great, easy to apply and packed with glitter. Fun fact- this was named after a colorful ocean fish (although I can see an awesome looking dragon with scales these colors in my mind, too)!
|These had so much glitter that my regular camera had a hard time focusing!|
|with matte top coat|
Reverie Nail Lacquer Rosebud is described as a ruby jelly base loaded with shimmer, flakies, microglitters, and tons of red and pastel mint, pink, orange, and yellow glitters in hex and circle shapes. I used two coats for the below photos along with Gelous + Out The Door top coat. The formula was great, not too thick or thin but with an incredible glitter load for it’s awesome consistency. There is a difference between a polish being perfectly glitter-dense and being thick and I think Reverie has really perfected this.
Note: While testing, the maker got a very small stain on just one finger. Unsure if it was the polish that had done it or something else, she tested it on a variety of people after and did not see any further staining on themselves or on her when retesting. I used yellow stopper as a base while swatching (which I’ve been stained through before, repeatedly) and did not get any kind of staining at all. Still, I’d make sure to wear a base coat with this one just to be absolutely sure!
Reverie Nail Lacquer Provence is described as a squishy pale green jelly base with tons of shimmer, flakies, gold and copper hexes, and various shades and sizes of purple circle glitters and was inspired by fields of Lavender in France. I used three coats for the below photos along with Gelous + Out The Door top coat. The formula was great, very similar to Rosebud.
Overall, another fantastic set of polishes from Reverie Nail Lacquer- I like how she demonstrated versatility in her glitters this time, too. Not only can she make excellent super-squishy jellies but traditional glitterbombs, too! Again, these release in her shop tomorrow/01/28 so make sure to set yourself a reminder if you want to grab them!
What do you think of these polishes? Which shade is your favorite? Tried anything from this brand yet? Let me know in the comments!
|Mugen is…wondering where I’m going!