THIS WEEK’S RANDOM NUMBER IS 64
Alternate number 6 + 4 = 10
J Nail Lacquer in Teal Green
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When I grabbed the nail polish I was confused because I had no clue where I got it from, usually can look at a polish and remember where I got this from…not this one. So I looked it up because I have never heard of this particular polish before….and there is not a lot of information, one thing that popped up was the Rockey Trading Company…. apparently they sell this brand of nail polish in bulk so I’m thinking where ever I got this polish originally got it from there….. so the mystery continues….
I love a teal green, I guess that’s why I have so many of them in collection, but when no prior experience with this brand I forged ahead with a base coat and a idea of what I wanted my nails to look like. The first layer had me seriously worried because it was so thin and the whole time I was thinking, “this is gonna be a mess” so I took the slow and steady approach and allowed the layer to dry for 30 minutes before apply the second layer; which turned out great… the color was nice and rich and exactly as it appears in the bottle.
Since I was feeling a little funky I decided to do a little cute nail art on all of the fingers… man those lines were a pain… and not all of them were straight, but no one is looking at my nails that closely but me. Then I topped it off with Salon Perfect’s Matte FX (topcoat) . I was really happy with the look… Now this is the second time that I have used this particular top coat and the first time left my nail polish uber brittle and it started cracking and fell off, well you know I’m hard-headed and I tried again… and guess what I woke up with a little surprise (did I mention that I did my nails before bed?) , I’m not sure exactly what type of gymnastics that I do when I’m sleeping but I shouldn’t wake up 7 hours later with chips in my nail polish. Simply unacceptable… now I’m not gonna place the blame on J Lacquer… nope this is all Salon Perfect’s fault!!
Now on to a a score, although this polish seem to come out of nowhere, the application was great, and I honestly think I would have gotten a nice wear out of this polish had a chosen a better topcoat… so J Lacquer get’s a
7 out of 10
I hope everyone had a better experience with their polish than I had this week..
Until Next Time….