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L.A. Colors Artdeco Nail Art Lacquers

While waiting in the chemist for a prescription I spotted a cosmetics display stand for a brand called L.A. Colors.  Having never heard of them before I went over to have a look and some nail art lacquers caught my eye.  After searching around the display for prices I finally found a piece of paper taped to the top of the display saying 'only £1'.  I really wanted to know how thin the brushes were (I'm currently on the look out for nail art pens/varnishes with really thin nibs/brushes) but as they were just £1 each I bought Blue Glitter and Teal Glitter to give them a try.


The one on the left is actually green but my camera likes to change green's to blue



























The first disappointment I experienced was when I opened the teal glitter and discovered this for a brush!  I don't know whether they caught it when putting it in the bottle or whether the poor little thing was made deformed but it's completely useless as it's stuck in that position.  

I was also disappointed to find that although the brush in the blue glitter is straight, it's not particularly thin and not really what I was looking for.  The brushes give a line which is about 2mm's thick, which I know doesn't sound very thick but I'm looking or something which provides a really thin line for intricate drawing.  I think if I'd checked the brand's website beforehand I'd have been even more disappointed as the image on the site shows a very thin brush.


Taken from the L.A. Colors website


The glitter is quite densely packed so if you are looking for a thicker line, as long as you get one that doesn't have a deformed brush, then these may be perfect for you.  However, even though they only cost me £1 each, I'm very disappointed.

Becky x 
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4 comments:

  1. Think the saying 'if you pay monkeys you'll get peanuts' is fitting here! Such a shame, they would of been such a bargain if they were any good!

    Belle x
    Mascara & Maltesers

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    1. Yes definitely! I really wasn't expecting much for just £1, but at least a straight brush would have been nice! x

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  2. That's odd....maybe it's just the glitter ones that have these problems because I have a Black, Red and Orange one and they are true to colour. And the brush wasn't...dodgy?
    If you did want a thinner brush you could always snip some of it? (Although it is possible to create really thin lines with this brush)

    LFA (lovefromangelic) Xx

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    1. Maybe I'm just not very good at using them! x

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