Disclaimer: PR samples. See bottom.
I’m excited that over the last couple weeks I’ve finally been able to write about the spring collections I’ve had in my to-do pile for months! Spring is not my favorite season, but when it comes to nail polish, I love the fresh, bright appeal of collections after a winter of mostly vampy choices. I mean, I’ll wear any color any time, but I do lean more vampy in winter!
LVX Spring is a six-piece collection that really runs the palette, offering a diverse selection of colors in different finishes. Let’s jump into swatches!
Camo is a stunning shimmer – she’s muddy/khaki green, with a strong copper shimmer. What a beauty, and very easy to capture as the shimmer is strong. I wore this one with two coats. Easy formula to work with – this is one of my favorites from the collection.
Haze is a very muted lilac pearl hue that works as a seasonal gray. Haze was my least favorite of the collection. It made my fingers look a little lobster-y and I just wasn’t crazy about the color/pearl look. I swatched it here in two coats.
Turkoise is a nod to Pantone’s Spring 2015 Lucite Green hue, according to LVX! Light green cremes have been in for spring and I can’t get enough. Turkoise is one of my favorites from this collection. Shown here in two coats.
Voyage is a bubble gum pink creme. LVX recommends pairing Voyage with crisp white and jet black clothing, and I couldn’t agree more. This is a great pop of color. Smooth formula, shown in two coats.
Fuchsia is a beautiful dark pink with great violet shimmer as strong as Camo’s copper shift. This is another favorite for me. I love it. Shown here in two coats, it applied well.
Noir is a metallic black. You can see some brush strokes but I didn’t use top coat. My photos pick up a beautiful blue microshimmer that I just don’t see with my eyes. This is a great all-year-round color, to be honest! Shown in two coats.
Overall, I like the polishes in this collection and I was pleased with formulas. Haze was really my only personal miss but it’s not a miss because of formula, it’s personal preference.
You can purchase LVX spring polishes for $16 on the brand website here.
Did you pick up any of LVX spring?! Which one calls to you?!
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