Llarowe A Box, Indied November 2013 has a pretty holo that, unbeknownst to me, was actually a thermal polish to boot! Now, that’s just the beginning. There’s a gorgeous deep blue, black with glitter and and and…oh heck, let me just show you – how about that?
Slight warning…this is an image heavy post!
Overall if I could purchase Llarowe A Box Indied, November 2013, again, I think I’d only pick out two of the three colors
Llarowe A Box, Indied November 2013 is currently available at Llarowe.
The colors for November are
- Different Dimensions – aMAIZEing
- Dollish Polish – Indian Corn
- Freakshow Polish – Harvest Hayride
- Liquid Sky Lacquer – Fall in New England
- Wicked Polish – Black Friday
Overall I liked the polishes and found them to be fun. I get to try and find out if I like the Indie makers or not. I’ve never purchased any of the Indie makers above, so I’m happy to have the opportunity to try.
As always, please click on the image which will double in size…then click on the image again (it will triple in size!) to view the photo in its original size.
Sunlight shot is blurred to show you the holo goodness. Now, unbeknownst to me, this polish is actually a thermal. According to Missi over at Different Dimentions “aMAIZEing tempterature change polish that changes from golden brown to a warm brown when cold”. I didn’t see it because I always run warm. I’ll have to try this later and see. 😉
Freakshow Polish Harvest Hayride originally dried matte – which I found utterly fascinating, yet annoying because of the glitter. It was so pretty, though, as a matte. I slapped on some top coat and it became even prettier. On my ring finger is where I left it matte. The rest all have top coat.
I felt that this was a ‘safe’ color and I didn’t feel much originality with the black base, gold bar glitter and plain gold glitter. I was a bit more fascinated and captivated by the W’s holographic sticker. It seemed more interesting.
So…think a Box, Indied is for you? Think it’s worth the $50 price tag? Let me know what you think!
Someone asked me why I don’t use a light box – I’ll be honest: I don’t think light boxes truly reflect what a color is like in real life. While I think a light box can get you prettier, edgier shots of a polish, I don’t think it’s very realistic. So while my images may not be as richly saturated with jewel tones or deep hues, you are getting a real-life look at the polish in action.
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