Friday, August 3, 2012

Alphabet Challenge: L is for Lilac Pastelle by Revlon and Latticed Lilac by China Glaze

We are up to letter L in the Alphabet Challenge and I managed to squeeze 3 Ls out of 2 polishes :)
Sun
 I started with 2 coats of Revlon's Lilac Pastelle.  When I wear this alone (and I will because I love it!) I will use 3 coats.  There were a couple thin spots at 2 coats.  I was surprised at how much I really love this color! I rarely wear pale colors like this, but I found it to be really flattering.
Sun
 I found it to look mostly pink with just a drop of lilac in the sun. Below you will see indoor and shade photos where it looks more lilac.
indoor - flash
 This is one thick coat of Latticed Lilac from the China Glaze Crackle Metals Summer 2011 Collection.
outdoor - shade
On my left hand, I used a thin coat of Latticed Lilac instead of a thick coat just to see how the crackle effect would differ.  The crackle effect was much more subtle with a thin coat.  I'm not sure which way I like it better.  I might prefer the thicker coat.  It makes the crackle look more deliberate.


What do you think? 
Thin crackle? Thick crackle? No crackle?

2 comments:

  1. I must admit I am not a big fan of the crackled but your combo here looks very delicate and surprisingly good!!!

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  2. I'm not a fan of crackle either but you hardly ever see the lighter color ones!! I agree with Jin, looks surprisingly delicate!

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