June 16, 2015

Literary Lacquer Summer 2015 Vurt-U-Want Collection Swatches & Review


Hi guys! Today I have the Summer 2015 Literary Lacquer Collection to share with you! The Collection called the Vurt-U-Want Collection and its inspired by the novel Vurt by Jeff Noon. The collection is made up of 8 polishes with all kinds of finishes, everything from matte to glitter and holographic. This collection is available now, make sure to check out the shop links at the end of the post! Click the read more button below for all of the swatches!




Blue Lullaby is a medium, bright blue with a subtle holo and holo glitter. The formula was really nice, it was easy to apply with good opacity. I used 2 coats for the photos below.



Bottletown is a green holo with rainbow flakies and glass fleck. I wish these photos showed how awesome this polish is, I own a lot of green holos but really nothing like this. The flakes really make this special, especially in lower light. The formula was good, it was a nice consistency and easy to apply. It does start out a little sheer but builds easily and is opaque in 3 coats.



Curious Yellow is a bright yellow matte. This is full of glass flecks and flakes of glitter. Yes...so much yes going on here. If you like yellows this is one you'll probably want to add to your collection. The formula was good, it was easy to apply and not streaky with really nice opacity. I used 2 coats for th photos below.

With top coat this has a bit of a holo sparkle to it.



Dreamsnake is a violet holo with green flakies and glass fleck. This is another stunner, like Bottletown photos don't do justice to how gorgeous it is, especially in the shade and lower light. The formula was good, it was sheer at first but it built easily and was opaque in 3 coats.



English Voodoo is a glitter topper with small magenta glitter, big holo magenta hex glitters, golden hex glitter, black hex glitter and black triangle glitter.  The formula was good, it was easy to work with and had good glitter payoff...no fishing required. I used 1 coat applied normally and 1 coat dabbed over Models Own Utopia for the photo below. The photo below is taken in the shade.


Shadowgirl is a soft blue/grey jelly with silver and blue holographic and metallic glitter. This dries matte, its gorgeous both matte and with top coat. With top coat the squishiness comes to life! The formula was good, it was easy to apply and had great glitter payoff. I used 2 coats for the photos below.



Below is Shadowgirl with top coat!


Thermofish is a blue/green teal holo with holographic glitter. The formula was really nice, it was easy to apply and had good opacity. I used 2 coats for the photos below.



Vurt-U-Want is a bright pink with holo and holographic glitter. This is the name sake of the collection and it sure does offer a punch! The formula was really nice, it was a good consistency and easy to apply with good opacity. I used 2 coats for the photos below.



Overall I really like this collection, there is a little bit of everything which is nice. My picks are Bottletown, Curious Yellow and Dreamsnake.

The Literary Lacquer Vurt-U-Want Collection is available now at https://www.etsy.com/shop/LiteraryLacquer prices range from $10-$12! 

7 comments:

  1. I really like the inclusion of the holo glitter in some of these!

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  2. Sharon Parayos MerrittJune 16, 2015 at 9:24 AM

    Beautiful as always! I especially love Curious Yellow - and 2 coats for a yellow?!?! I'm there.

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  3. This is such a wonderful collection. Thank you for sharing!

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  4. so pretty! I love sparkly polish!

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  5. Beautiful collection! Curious Yellow sort of reminds me of Curious George lol!

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  6. Yes. Just yes. Get in my life, you beautiful beeyotches, you!

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