Lollipop Posse Lacquer - Slipping Out of Time
Hi everyone and happy Friday! I'm about to set off on another weekend adventure of camping, kayaking, and tubing. But I still wanted to get a post out for all of you. Today I'll be sharing Slipping Out of Time from Lollipop Posse Lacquer. This polish was released in the summer of 2015 as part of the Midsummer Midnights collection and sadly is no longer available for purchase. I know I know I keep showing you polishes that you can't buy and I'm sorry for that. I'm just trying to make it through more of my collection but don't worry I'll have some newer polishes to share with you soon.
Slipping Out of Time is a beautiful Catalina blue polish with scattered holographic flakes. You might remember it from my Frozen Snowflakes manicure last Christmas. This polish was inspired by a Florence & The Machine song Rabbit Heart (raise it up). While I am familiar with Florence & The Machine I'm not familiar with the song. Have you heard of it?
I was quite surprised at how sheer this applied on the first coat. Thankfully it builds up nicely and only 2 coats were needed for full opacity. Shown here is my standard 2 coats plus top coat. If you'd like to see what it looks like matte, be sure to check out my Frozen Snowflake manicure.
I've decided that I must have a thing for blue polishes from Lollipop Posse Lacquer. The only other one to make it to the blog so far was The Get-Fresh Flow which is pretty close to the same shade of blue, it's just missing the holo. Overall, I do like the color, and I love sparkly nail polish, so this is a win-win for me. I do think I should wear it more in the summer months when I have a bit of a tan though since I feel I look a little washed out in these photos. Sadly I swatched this back in April and it's just making it to the blog now. I have the habit of swatching random polishes from my helmers and using them as filler posts. Please tell me I'm not the only one who does this. That's all I've got for you today, thanks for stopping by and Happy Polishing!
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