Halloween Chevrons with SuperChic Lacquer

10 Oct

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Good afternoon everyone!  I hope you are all having a lovely weekend.  Today I am back with another fun Halloween mani with a spooky twist.  Every year I love coming up with the perfect Halloween combos and thanks to SuperChic Lacquer, I created one of my favorites to date.

For my Halloween Chevrons I started with two coats of Reverse Polarity by SuperChic Lacquer and I then sealed it with a coat of  Marvel Star, a new fast drying top coat with a black light reactive finish.  After allowing about 30 minutes of dry time, I applied chevron vinyl decals for Nail Vinyls.  Next up I used R.E.M by SuperChic Lacquer.  After applying R.E.M on each nail I immediately removed the vinyls and was left with a very clean finish.  Lastly I sealed everything with two coats of Liquid Macro Top Coat by SuperChic Lacquer.

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So what do you guys think of my Halloween Chevrons?  I love them but what the Marvel Star top coat did makes me love them even more.  Marvel Star top coat is a lot like the Liquid Macro top coat but it has a special finish that leaves your lacquer black light reactive.  Needless to say my nails not only look amazing in sunlight, they will look super spooky for the haunted houses.

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Now what do you guys think of my Halloween chevrons?  Pretty awesome, right?!  The new Marvel Star top coat is going to be my fun go to top coat!  Dries fast and gives your mani that extra something special.  Be sure to check out all the amazing lacquers SuperChic Lacquer has to offer and remember to use the code for 10% off your order.  You can follow SuperChic Lacquer on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for up to date info.  Thank you so much for stopping by today and I will see you all again tomorrow.

Products provided for review but that does not influence my opinions.


Resin skull from Paper + Plastick.

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