Sunday, November 18, 2012

Pomegranate Lacquer Curator & Blue Screen of Death

Happy Sunday, everyone! I will be in downtown Austin today celebrating the F1 race and hanging out at Fan Fest with my hubby & little girl (who loves race cars!).

Today's post is more Pomegranate Lacquer! I decided to get a couple more polishes since the first two were so great.

Pomegranate Lacquer - Curator
Curator is another polish from Pomegranate's Fall collection, along with Midnight Satellite & Autumnesque that I recently reviewed here. It is a black cream/jelly hybrid with small yellow gold glitter & medium silver glitter. There have been several black/silver glitter polishes that came out for fall, but this is the most unique one & definitely worth getting. I love how the glitter floats in the black base. Soooo pretty! Formula was great, especially for a jelly hybrid. I had the tiniest bit of drag from the glitter on the first coat, but no problems with the second. Good dry time as well.


Pomegranate Lacquer - Blue Screen of Death
Blue Screen of Death is an amazing bright blue cream/jelly hybrid with a chunky turquoise shimmer. I DIE. This was the polish that made me interested in the brand. And now it is mine, aaaalllllllll miiiiiine!!!! UGH. I cannot get over how mindblowing this polish is. Probably the best blue I have gotten this year. Formula was thinner than Curator, along the lines of Autumnesque, but still great. I needed 3 coats for full coverage, as it is a little bit on the sheer side. the VNL in the swatch photos were not apparent in real life. So pretty. Sigh...

Again, I am extremely happy with this brand! And if you don't have Blue Screen of Death in your stash, go order it now. Seriously.
Pomegranate Lacquer is available on line.


  1. Curator looks amazing:)

    Sara xx

    1. Agreed! The gold glitter really adds a special touch.

  2. Ok, yeah I need 'Blue Screen of Death'! It's gorgeous!


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