lakur by Londontown Invisible Crown

 Press Sample


So last week, I pushed all these posts back so I could get the Morgan Taylor Summer 2019 collection written and I asked on my Facebook Page if you liked it when I write all about one brand or mix it up. The votes were overwhelming "Mix It Up!" so I'm going to try and post a different brand every week day. Now, I may have two posts a week from the same brand but not back to back. Since I have more polish than I can wear in a lifetime, I don't think it will be an issue! Now back to my regular schedule - you'll notice my nails are much longer because these pictures were actually taken back in March!

As I was clearing out a box next to my desk, I found another lakur by Londontown color and considering how pretty Londoner Love was, I thought I'd try this light pink jelly, Invisible Crown.

I started with the kur by Londontown Nail Hardener & Base Coat, 4 coats of polish and finished with kur by Londontown Gel Genius top coat. The base coat is a little sticky which I like, is vegan, cruelty free & gluten free, and you can purchase it on their website for $18.00. The top coat is free from Formaldehyde, Toulene, DBP, Camphor, Barium Suffate, Ethyl Tosylamide, Acetone, and Benzyl Benzoate; is vegan, cruelty free, paraben free & Florium Complex Infused, and you can purchase it on their website for $20.00.



Okay. Note I said four coats of polish. Yes, I broke my 3 coat rule. The main reason was because as soon as I painted my nails, my demanding toddler wanted pizza so I'm like "Meh, I'll grab a piece" and smudged a nail. So I added a 4th coat. But then I knicked my hand on my desk and completely smudged the SAME NAIL and well, I was frustrated. Even with 4 coats, this polish is not opaque - hence the "jelly" in my labels. This is definitely a barely there, sheer polish and y'all know how I feel about that.



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