Today I have a new brand at tina-tech.com, it’s new to me, but it’s been around for years. I’ve followed them on Instagram for years, and it’s recently been launched here in Norway and I was so excited to try them out! They sent me a bunch of polishes to try out including their “kur Nail Treatment System” which I’ll have a review of later on the blog, but just to lay it out there; I might have a new favorite top coat. 😉
Londontown Lakur – You Look Beautiful Collection
Today I’m sharing their 2016 spring collection with you, it’s three polishes: One creme, and two sheer polishes, so without any further ado, here it it!
Londontown Lakur-Invisble Crown
Invisible Crown is a soft pink sheer polish. I’ve seen the press photos of it and (this actually applies to the whole collection) it’s nothing like those pictures. It’s really soft and sheer, and I needed four coats to get this level of “opaqueness” and you could still see my nail line in real life. If your a fan of sheer polishes, this is perfect for you.
Lakur – Princess Awaits
Princess Awaits is a sheer white polish with really pretty orange/yellow shimmer in it. It’s the same formula as Invisible Crown, and I needed four coats to achieve this look. The shimmer is gorgeous in real life and even though it’s on the sheer side for my taste, I might just wear it again because it’s really pretty!
Lakur – Royal Wedding
I saved the best for last! Royal Wedding is a really interesting color, in the bottle it looks like a pastel orange, but on the nail it shifts from a bright orange, a coral and a bright neon “orangy” coral depending on the light. This is my definite favorite from the collection. The formula is a little thick ad hard to work with, and I needed three coats to get it perfect, but it was really worth it! These nails stayed on for a week like a pro (I used Lakur’s top coat), and I never got tired of them.
All of Lakur’s polishes are “9-free,” and doesn’t contain any of the toxic chemicals; Formaldehyde, Toulene, DBP
Formaldehyde resin, Camphor, Acetone, Xylene, Ethyl Tosylamide or Parabens. They are vegan and cruelty-free and so far my impression of the brand is nothing but positive! 🙂
In Norway they can only be purchased at Fredrik & Louisa, but if you’re from the US, Germany or France you can get yours from their online store.
*The nail polishes in this post were sent to me for free by the company or their PR firm in exchange for my honest review.