Based off the collection name, I know that this review is a little late, and I apologize for my lack of blog activity. (I finally have a chance to breathe now that a major project at work is complete. ) However, I assure you that the Hello Spring Collection by Sue Me Lacquer will still be beautiful for any summer look.
This collection isn’t as sparkly or brightly colored as the polishes we’ve been seeing in recent summer collections, but these tamer shades featured by Sue Me Lacquer is absolutely perfect for any professional and sophisticated look you’re trying to achieve. What I absolutely LOVE about these polishes by Sue Me Lacquer are the formulas. The formula is a happy medium of thick and thin, they self fill very nicely, no streaking, and you only need about 2 coats for opacity (with the exception of Strawberries and Creme). These do dry a little matte, so all the swatches are shown with a top of HK Girl Top Coat for added gloss.
“Minty Madness” is a minty green cream polish with a subtle shimmer. I only needed 2 coats for this one.
“Honey Bee” is a golden yellow cream. This particular one really stood out with a glossy top coat. I used 2 coats for this one, but you could get away with one.
Strawberries and Cream
“Strawberries and Cream” is a sheer pink polish with mini pink glitter hexes. The polish wasn’t as jelly as I would have liked after 3 coats, but it’s still a beautiful sheer. Below is a swatch over naked nails and a swatch over a white base.
Cookies and Cream
“Cookies and Cream” is a white cream with black and teal micro glitter. I thought the teal was an interesting choice for an intended black and white polish, but it really works! The teal adds a nice bit of glimmer that really shines when topped with a glossy top coat. I only needed 2 coats for full opacity.
Bonus: Orange Sorbet
When you order the “Hello Spring” collection set, it comes with a mystery polish. My mystery polish was “Orange Sorbet,” a cream peachy orange colored polish with a gold glitter shimmer. I absolutely loved this color! The gold is subtle, but it’s beautiful in direct sunlight. I used 2 coats for this swatch.
UPDATED: I used Orange Sorbet as a base for stamping. It was perfect!