Monday, March 25, 2013

Kelara Lacquers - Mojo Workin'

*Product sent for review in exchange for my honest opinion (see disclosure)*

 I've been admiring Kelara Lacquers polishes on Etsy for quite some time now, so when they announced on their Facebook page that they were looking for bloggers to review their polishes I was totally on board! Unfortunately, I never usually hear back from polish makers when I inquire into reviewing their brand - but luckily that was not the case this time! They got back to me right away & were so sweet! They ended up sending me 6 mini bottles (amazing!), so expect to see a lot of Kelara swatches this week! :D

First up is my personal favorite of the bunch, Mojo Workin', from their Sweet Home Chicago Collection. It's an absolutely stunning deep teal jelly with blue squares & hexes, green squares, & fuchsia hexes. Application was a little tricky because of all the glitter. It looked a bit lumpy at first, but that problem was very easily fixed by adding topcoat. This polish is so multi-faceted and has so much depth & dimension I found myself staring at it quite frequently!


The following description is taken from the Kelara Lacquers website:


"Mojo Workin' is a tribute to the legendary Muddy Waters, and features a blue green jelly base with glitter in various shapes and colors. It is part of the Sweet Home Chicago collection, which reflects the funky, electric Chicago blues style and pays tribute to some of the most famous Chicago blues artists."


This is 3 coats of Mojo Workin' with 1 coat of Gelous, & 1 coat of Seche Vite.

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This polish can be purchased from the Kelara Lacquers Etsy shop, or from KelaraLacquers.com.

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Thanks for stopping by! :)


*Product sent for review in exchange for my honest opinion (see disclosure)*

2 comments:

  1. I am loving Mojo Workin'...awesome polish! And I am loving Holden too. :)

    I just found your blog...great manis! I look forward to following your blog.

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