*PRESS SAMPLE: these were sent to me for an honest review*

Hello lovely readers! I hope you are all well! Today I am showing you Blush Lacquer’s newest collection inspired by the artwork of Vittorio Reggianini. He was a 19th century Italian genre painter who specialized in scenes of bourgeois life in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s. We have a new finish for this brand, so let’s dive right in!

*All polishes are shown with two coats and a glossy topcoat, and then topped with one coat of Blush’s Matterial Girl Matte Topcoat (a satin-matte topcoat). Formula on all four is very opaque and pigmented and heavily flirts with being one coaters. These are so easy to build up and very foiled!

Attraction: A metallic mauve with hints of pink.

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Attraction with Matterial Girl:

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Flirtation: A metallic rose gold with hints of peach.

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Flirtation with Matterial Girl:

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The Suitor: A metallic icy blue.

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The Suitor with Matterial Girl:

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Admiration: A metallic pale lime green.

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Admiration with Matterial Girl:

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This release also has an early pre-order window with special pricing between March 26th through March 29th! You can get individual bottles for $10 and the full set for $40 with a free bottle of Matterial Girl Matte Topcoat! After this ordering window, these orders will ship out first and then the regular launch will happen on March 30th. At that point they will return to normal pricing so $11 for individual shades, and $44 for the set without the matte topcoat. Be sure to check out my swatch video to see how these apply!

Thanks so much for reading! ❤