Princess Nail Lacquer - Sleeping Beauty Trio - Swatches and review

Princess Nail Lacquer is a new UK indie that started up earlier this year and it's run by a lovely girl called Ashleigh. All of her polishes are handmade with love and are also 5 free, vegan friendly and cruelty free. You can read a lot more about Ashleigh and her beautiful polishes on her Etsy page. I have the Sleeping Beauty Trio to show you today which was inspired the fairy godmothers from Sleeping Beauty.
All swatches are two coats of polish with one coat of HK girl fast dry top coat.

Flora-The Gift of Beauty is a stunning cerise pink with scatted holo glitter. Formula was great and love that it only needed two coats.

A shot in direct light to show of the scatted holo a bit more.

Fauna-The Gift of Song is a green turquoise that is jammed packed full of light green flakie shimmer. The formula was a bit more tricky on this one as is has so many flakies but I was able to manipulate them to get a good coverage in two coats.

In direct light.

I was informed by Ashleigh that she had worn this polish overnight and it has stained her nails slightly. So Cindy was my guinea pig and here are the results. There was hardly any staining at all. It was so minimal that I don't even think the camera has picked it up. I did wear a peel off base coat too so that may have well helped.

Merryweather-True Loves Kisses is a pale lilacy blue with pink and bronze shimmer. The pink shimmer is so hard to capture on camera but I promise it's sooo pretty! Great formula again on this one and as with the others dries fast. 

In direct light.

You can just about see the pinky shimmer in this macro shot. 

So I did some nail art with all these polishes and it was inspired by their names. As flora and fauna also stand for animal and plant life. I use a variety of stamping polishes and two stamping plates from MoYou London. Mother Nature 10 and Pro XL 12. 

This is a gorgeous collection and you can get your hands on it at 7pm tonight! The polishes will be sold as a set for £15.

What you you think of this collection? Any clear favourite?

Bye for now x

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