The only reason Colors by Llarowe Connie’s Saucy Brother had a limited time was that the pigments used to make it were in short supply. I wasn’t able to procure it in the first round, but I totally scored when Leah Ann said she was doing a final restock. I grabbed two bottles because…I’m cray like that. I don’t regret it one bit.
Colors by Llarowe Connie’s Saucy Brother is like other Colors by Llarowe colors – easy to apply and so easy to work with. It dried quickly. It didn’t stain. Honestly, the only down side to Colors by Llarowe Connie’s Saucy Brother? It’s discontinued. Le sigh.
Now, how do I go about giving an accurate description of Colors by Llarowe Connie’s Saucy Brother? The easiest way? It’s a blue tinged with purple along with a violet-red shimmer. Oh, and it has some duochromatic shifts to it, too. Honestly, it’s so hard so I have pictures to try and show you!
As always, click on the thumbnail and it will take you to the larger size of the image…if you see a magnifying glass with a plus sign on it when you hover over the image you just clicked to enlarge, click again. That takes you to the full-sized image.
Colors by Llarowe Connie’s Saucy Brother Diffused Light. Isn’t that glass-flecked violet glitter just gorgeous against the blue base?
In this other diffused light shot, you can see the red undertones of the violet. So beautiful!
The direct light drowned out the shimmery glitter and let the base color shine on through…it is gorgeous!
Nail macro. Feel free to click and embiggen!
Thanks for making it this far!
Now that you’ve seen this color, will you try to hunt it down?
Until next time,