1940 by LACC

Happy weekend everyone! Christmas is nearing and I am feeling all very festive but I really need to get my Christmas present shopping done soon. Each year I kept telling myself I want to get a Christmas tree but never did. Unfortunately this year I am not getting it either, I am trying to tighten my spending a little. Having said that yesterday it was Black Friday sale, have you scored many great deals? I have done a little damage to my wallet but I am glad that I have been pretty good as compare to last year!

Today I am presenting to you 1940 by Lacc from the Fall/Winter 2013 Collection, a really apt colour for Fall. Lacc which stands for La Couleur Couture is a Vancouver company with their nail polishes manufactured in New York that are free of toxic ingredients like formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, DBP, camphor and toluene , vegan and cruelty free. It was also said on their website that each polish contains protective UV inhibitor to prevent brittle and yellow nails.

1940 is a gorgeous vampy oxblood colour with creamy formula. Consistency is really good on this one with fuss free application and no staining. All I needed was two coats for opacity. Topcoat was added.lacc1940lacc1940(1)lacc1940(2)lacc1940(3)

Of late I have been really loving oxblood colour and plus vampy shades have its place in my heart. 1940 is like the perfect Fall colours to wear and I love the fact that they are free of all kinds of toxic and it has UV inhibitor to protect the nails! Thumbs up!

*This was generously provided by Mei Mei Signatures for my honest review.

You can buy find 1940 and many other gorgeous shades by Lacc at Mei Mei Signatures for SGD$18. Mei Mei Signatures ships internationally.



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