Thursday, June 16, 2016

Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer Destination Trio for May 2016

Press Sample

Hi everyone! Today I have Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer's Destination Trio to show you.  Normally this is a duo, but this time they've teamed up with two amazing brands: Darling Diva Polish and Northern Star Polish.  This month's Destination collab was inspired by this photo taken in Chicago.


The trio is available in all three maker's shops.  Let's take a look at the swatches!


Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer Moon Glow.  This is a bright jelly yellow with pink, blue, and purple micro flakes.  It's inspired by the original design of the fountain.  It was meant to have lights that shined like the moons glow.  The formula on this had a nice consistency, but it is a little finicky and needs to dry between coats for it to level.  Also because it's a jelly, it is a tad sheer.

This is 3 coats.

Blue Eyed Girl Lacquer Moon Glow

Blue Eyed Girl Lacquer Moon Glow


Darling Diva Undomestic Diva.  This is named for Peggy from Married with Children since the fountain can be seen in the opening of the show.  Like the lights in the fountain, this is a raspberry colored holo with raspberry holo micro glitter scattered through.  The formula is on the thick side, but definitely workable.

This is 2 coats.

Darling Diva Undomesticated Diva

Darling Diva Polish Undomesticated Diva


Northern Star Polish Make a Wish.  This is a dusty blue creme with turquoise shimmer and a bit of charcoal flecks.  The formula on this is perfect and very easy to work with.

This is 2 coats, but can definitely be done in 1.

Northern Star Polish Make a Wish

Northern Star Polish Make a Wish


The trio is available now from each makers' shop!  Check them all out at the following spots!

Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer

Darling Diva Polish

Northern Star Polish

**Products in this post were provided by Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer, Darling Diva Polish, and Northern Star Polish for an honest review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

2 comments :

  1. Nice swatches of these. I like the last two colors the most.

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