Provided For Review
Hi everyone! I am obviously slacking on blog posts, I have been SO busy these past two months. After this weekend, I should be back to my normal routine. But tonight, I have a special polish to share so I had to take a moment to do that. This gorgeous polish is called Party Monarch and it is Supermoon Lacquer’s contribution to the December Polish Pickup Pack! Polishes are available for preorder from 11:00 AM Eastern on December 1st through 11:59 PM Eastern on December 4th at www.polishpickup.com. December’s theme is Holidays Around The World and Mardi was inspired by this jaw-dropping photo of Rihanna in her costume from 2017’s Crop Over – a traditional harvest festival in Barbados. It takes place every year, starting in early June and ending on the first Monday of August. It began in the late 1600’s and has evolved over time to be similar to other Carnival holidays held in the Caribbean as well as Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
Supermoon Lacquer Party Monarch
Two Coats Plus Top Coat
Sunlight (First Three Images) & Artificial Lighting (Last Two Images)
Party Monarch is an aqua-green/turquoise scattered holographic base filled with green/violet/red, green/teal, and turquoise/purple color shifting shimmer, blue, red, and white sparks, pink and rose pearl flakies, iridescent lime-gold microglitter, and holographic clear and gold microglitter. This polish has a very nice, smooth formula. It is a cream holo and self leveled for me perfectly at two coats. While it does have some beautiful microglitter, it has no texture and removal was no problem. All the different microflakes and glitters give it a nice dimension and shimmer! It likes to pull more blue than it truly is in pictures, it’s not quite as blue as Rihanna’s polish that’s for sure! I think it’s much more color accurate in the sunlight photos, but is maybe even a hair more green leaning in person. Definitely turquoise.
I was so honored to swatch this as my first Supermoon Lacquer for Mardi and to get to meet her in San Antonio in October. This is a very complex, yet somehow simple, polish and I hope you guys “pick it up” this December.
Thanks for reading,