Hello! I'm super excited about today's post, since I get to share another LaCC collection with you! This is a collection of five polishes that were released for Fall 2014; there's a beautiful blue, a great nude, and the ever-useful black, white, and grey. Let's get to it!
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1975: A dusty denim blue creme. This was almost a one-coater but I added a second coat to make absolutely sure there weren't any uneven spots. Swatch shows no top coat.
2002: A perfect solid black creme. This one is a fabulous one-coater with a perfect formula, and will definitely be a go-to in future nail art. I've already shown it in my New Year's Eve nail art post, but here it's shown topped with one coat of LaCC 2013 top coat.
1995: A spot-on mannequin-hand nude creme. I've been waiting for a shade exactly like this from LaCC, so of course I'm thrilled to finally have one... And it's even named for the same year I was born! Shown is two easy coats with one coat of LaCC 2013 top coat.
2005: A stark white with a very slight pearly shimmer. This one was easy to work with but went on a bit patchy, so I had to use three coats to reach opacity. The shimmer is visible in the bottle, but unfortunately disappears on the nail. Shown with one coat of LaCC 2013 top coat.
2000: A medium grey creme. This one is also an amazing one-coater; I love grey polish so I'm really glad to finally be able to add an LaCC grey to my collection! Shown with one coat of Seche Vite, because I was adding some nail art over it, so you'll see that soon...
You can see my reviews of previous LaCC collections here: Spring 2014, Spring/Summer 2013 & Fall/Winter 2013. LaCC polishes are available online through the LaCC website, a list of other online retailers can be found here. Also, as of very recently, LaCC polishes are available at 750+ Shopper's Drug Mart locations across Canada!
I'm so glad that LaCC has released a collection full of super-useful neutrals with great formulas, with a gorgeous blue thrown in there as well! My favourites at the moment are 1975 (blue) and 2000 (grey), although I'm sure I'll got lots of use out of every single one. I'd love to hear your thoughts on these! :)
Disclaimer: The products in this post were provided for review and my honest opinion.