11.08.2012

LVX Primrose

I definitely love seeing the first of something and today I have the first LVX polish in their line.  Now I'm not sure that this was the first created, but it's #001 via their labels.  Primrose is a buttery yellow creme, with a slight green tint.  I used a base coat of Poshe, 3 coats of polish and a top of Cult Nails Wicked Fast.  Like most yellows, this was a little spotty but not unmanageable.  You have to have patience with yellows - thin coats with proper drying time between each layer is best.


Check out how pretty it is though!  Because it is a very bright creme, every ridge in my nail is showing. Next time I'd use a ridge filling base coat before polishing.


Here's that slight greenish tint I was mentioning above.  It's weird how this color changes in the shade.


Here in indirect light, it looks almost soft lemon drop candy yellow?  Whatever, I love it on nubbins.


Okay maybe I take back that "slight greenish tint" comment back because hello - in full flash, this is highlighter yellow without the neon properties.

This is pretty pricey for a spotty yellow, but again I'm biased because I hate yellows.  It's still a great polish in pigment and wear - just a bit spotty in application for full opacity. 


For the month of November 2012, LVX is offering 20% off their polishes on their website with the code BEAUTYBLOG20.  Pass it on!

LVX [Website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Instagram: shoplvx] is available on their website for $16 a 17 ml/0.57 oz bottle.  It is big 5 free to include Toluene and Camphor, cruelty free and vegan friendly.

Disclosure: The product[s] in this post was [were] provided to me by the company for consideration.  For more information, please read this post.

2 comments:

  1. Pretty but I'm not sure why it's called Primrose? lol Also, woweeeee that's expensive!

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