Thursday, September 27, 2012

Fall is in the air with Pomegranate Nail Lacquer

With each new polish and the cool weather I'm falling more and more in love with fall. So today I have 2 new beauties from Pomegranate Nail Lacquers fall release to show you, Autumnesque and Curator.

First up is Autumnesque.

It's described as "A copper polish with golden shimmer that reflects russet leaves, apple cider, and all that is best about fall."* And it is true to the description, it is simply amazing to look at even in the bottle.

 This polish was simply a doll to work with, this took 2 coats and I had no problem with streaks. The shimmer is really stunning it really does transfer from bottle to nail really well. My only problem with this polish is I didn't want to take it off and now I'm freaking out that the holidays are right around the corner!

Next up we have the beautiful Curator and all I can say is WoW wOw WoW.

It's said to be " A fashionable night out captured in a bottle—this luxurious black polish is packed with gold and silver glitter."* And it truly is, it's a going out tonight go to polish perfect for any look.

And here a close up if you still don't believe it has a the Wow factor.

Yea amazing huh?! For the first left hand side picture I used 2 coats it still had a bit of nail visibility with the lights for the photo but without the lights you couldn't tell, but for the other pictures I added another coat for photo purposes only. But seriously this polish rocks and went on effortlessly.

Pomegranate Nail Lacquer also has 5 more other shades for fall plus her already releases collections. They retail for $9.00 and at the moment she's have a sale where some are even $4.50! So make sure to check out Pomegranate Nail Lacquer's site and also check out her facebook page she has stellar deal updates and fun ways to win discounts often.

**These products were sent n to me from a PR for a honest review, all opinions are mine and mine alone. 
*quote from Pomegranate Nail Lacquer's site.


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