HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!!
I hope you all have plans to be with your loved ones today :) I wanted to quickly share some Beautiful polishes with you guys. These 4 polishes are part of LondonTown Lakur's 4th of July Collection, and I have to say, they are stunning!!
**These polishes were sent to me for review. Please see my Disclosure Policy listed in the tabs above.**
Chelsea Porcelain, Londoner Love, Beau of the City and Dishy Splendour
Chelsea Porcelain is not your average white polish for the 4th of July. Normally you'd go with a stark white, but this is more of a cream...which I actually really really like!
Londoner Love is a beautiful bright red. Most of the reds you see for the 4th of July are a little bit of a deeper red, so for me this one really stands out.
Beau of the City is such a Gorgeous blue!! I'm in love with blues...and if you've followed me for awhile you probably know that by now. This one is no different. Its such a nice royal blue.
Dishy Splendour is SOO PRETTY!! I've never been big on silver polishes, but from the second I started applying this one I had hearts in my eyes :P
I thoroughly enjoyed applying all of these polishes! The application was smooth and even. They self leveled and overall I think they're the perfect 4th of July polishes because they are a little bit different than what you'd normally expect.
Btw, I have a little bonus post for you today ;) Since I got my new camera I had to give videos a try, so I recorded the swatches for these polishes. I'm still playing around with the lighting, so don't mind the flickering in the video. It will be up later today, but you can watch that on my YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hIAFK8oLzM
Even though it's now the 4th of July and the main reason to have these polishes is for wearing them today...I still absolutely recommend getting your hands on them! Before LondonTown contacted me a few months ago to do reviews for them I had never heard of them before, and I am shocked because they have such beautiful polishes with amazing formulas!
Happy 4th of July!!