Wednesday, November 11, 2015

LCN Blossom Sorbet Water Marble


Guess what? I attempted another water marble! Hooray! I think I am getting better at it, though it's still one of the hardest techniques for me to do. I don't understand how some of those water marbling queens do it.

This marble used all four of the colors in the new LCN Blossom Sorbet Collection.
  • Vintage Rose - This coral shade went on much more orange than I expected. Because it leans in a rosier direction, it's a nice shade for people who normally shy away from true oranges.
  • Soft Daisy - This pale yellow shade has a bit of gold shimmer in it. Despite having high hopes for it, Soft Daisy had a pretty standard formula for a yellow, which is to say that it was a little streaky and took about three coats to reach opacity on it's own.
  • I Love Mint - Yes, yes I do! This is a pretty standard green creme. It's a nice staple shade and rounds out the set well.
  • Lilac Blossom - No matter how many times I see this type of color, I always love it! Pale lavenders are so pretty, and this one has a faint silvery shimmer.





Besides the yellow acting like a... well, a yellow... the formulas on all of these shades were nice. I love the consistency of LCN polish!

The polishes in the LCN Blossom Sorbet Collection retail for $7.50 each (8mL). They are currently available as individual polishes on LCNBoutique.com. They will also be available as a four polish box set for $24.90 -- you can preorder now and they are expected to ship at the end of February/beginning of March.

Products sent for review.

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