LVX Spring 2015 Collection

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LVX spring collection 2015 swatches and review on BeautyJudy

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!


LVX Spring 2015 Camo swatches and review on BeautyJudy

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.


LVX Spring 2015 Haze swatches and review on BeautyJudy

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.


LVX Spring 2015 Turkoise swatches and review on BeautyJudy

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.


LVX Spring 2015 Voyage swatches and review on BeautyJudy

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.


LVX Spring 2015 Fuchsia swatches and review on BeautyJudy

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.


LVX Spring 2015 Noir swatches and review on BeautyJudy

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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