F.U.N. Lacquer

F.U.N. Lacquer


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4.2
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40%
would repurchase
4.2
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Overall rating
40%
would repurchase

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Crazy in Love
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9 days ago

F.U.N Lacquer is a polish maker based in Singapore. Their polishes retail for around £13.50 (I bought mine though a UK stockist). Crazy in Love was a part of their Valentine's Collection 2019. It's a fuchsia (violet purple) glitter polish. The application is easy, as the glitters are easy to spread, but it applies rather thinly, so you will need 3 coats if you don't want to see any of your nail. But, even with 3 coats it dried pretty fast. The removal was a nightmare, but that is to be expected from 3 coats of a glitter polish. I really enjoyed wearing this stunner, so if you come across it, make sure you get a bottle (or two).

Crazy in Love
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9 days ago

F.U.N Lacquer is a polish maker based in Singapore. Their polishes retail for around £13.50 (I bought mine though a UK stockist). Crazy in Love was a part of their Valentine's Collection 2019. It's a fuchsia (violet purple) glitter polish. The application is easy, as the glitters are easy to spread, but it applies rather thinly, so you will need 3 coats if you don't want to see any of your nail. But, even with 3 coats it dried pretty fast. The removal was a nightmare, but that is to be expected from 3 coats of a glitter polish. I really enjoyed wearing this stunner, so if you come across it, make sure you get a bottle (or two).


Drama
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16 days ago

F.U.N Lacquer is a polish maker based in Singapore. Their polishes retail for around £13.50 (I bought mine though a UK stockist). Drama was a part of their 6th Anniversary Collection. It's a lime green glitter polish. The pictures online look a lot more green, than the real thing (my picture is true to the real colour), which made me wonder if they may vary a little depending on the batch. The application is easy, as the glitters are easy to spread, but it applies rather thinly, so you will need 3 coats if you don't want to see any of your nail. But, even with 3 coats it dried pretty fast. The removal was a nightmare, but that is to be expected from 3 coats of a glitter polish. I though this polish was fun (no pun intended) and unusual, but it wasn't the most flattering on me, so I wouldn't repurchase.

Drama
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16 days ago

F.U.N Lacquer is a polish maker based in Singapore. Their polishes retail for around £13.50 (I bought mine though a UK stockist). Drama was a part of their 6th Anniversary Collection. It's a lime green glitter polish. The pictures online look a lot more green, than the real thing (my picture is true to the real colour), which made me wonder if they may vary a little depending on the batch. The application is easy, as the glitters are easy to spread, but it applies rather thinly, so you will need 3 coats if you don't want to see any of your nail. But, even with 3 coats it dried pretty fast. The removal was a nightmare, but that is to be expected from 3 coats of a glitter polish. I though this polish was fun (no pun intended) and unusual, but it wasn't the most flattering on me, so I wouldn't repurchase.

Lady Boss
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3 months ago

Well, this is definitely a unique polish, no doubt about that. It's metallic, but also multichrome, but also holo glitter. Yes, all those things. Online swatches really don't do it justice. The metallic base of this polish ranges from a pink-lavender tinted warm silver through a full on gold, depending on the lighting. And then there's the holo glitter scattered generously through the polish and very visible. In some lighting situations, you can see the full rainbow effect that you get with a linear holo, but most of the time the glitter in this just adds a nice little sparkle and punch of prismatic colour. So a lot depends on the lighting with this polish, and it's definitely shifty and sometimes surprising. It can go from "fairly subtle" through "blingy prismatic metal" and it's very entertaining to look at the changes. I do sometimes think it's just a little too much, though. Too much going on, with the shifty, metallic base and the strongly prismatic holo glitter. I can't really wear this for more than about three days before I really get tired of it and have to take it off. It's beautiful, it's fun, but it's just a little over the top.

Lady Boss
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3 months ago

Well, this is definitely a unique polish, no doubt about that. It's metallic, but also multichrome, but also holo glitter. Yes, all those things. Online swatches really don't do it justice. The metallic base of this polish ranges from a pink-lavender tinted warm silver through a full on gold, depending on the lighting. And then there's the holo glitter scattered generously through the polish and very visible. In some lighting situations, you can see the full rainbow effect that you get with a linear holo, but most of the time the glitter in this just adds a nice little sparkle and punch of prismatic colour. So a lot depends on the lighting with this polish, and it's definitely shifty and sometimes surprising. It can go from "fairly subtle" through "blingy prismatic metal" and it's very entertaining to look at the changes. I do sometimes think it's just a little too much, though. Too much going on, with the shifty, metallic base and the strongly prismatic holo glitter. I can't really wear this for more than about three days before I really get tired of it and have to take it off. It's beautiful, it's fun, but it's just a little over the top.

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