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Bees Knees Lacquer I Throne of Glass Collection I December 2020

*PR Sample*

 

Hi Everyone! Today I have swatches of Bees Knees Lacquer's December Release.  Launch is noon est on 12/26. This launch features their new and improved white multi-chromes which you can layer over white undies or layer them on their own but keep in mind, they could be a little sheer. My swatches are three coats over white on my index and middle finger and three coats on it's own on my ring and pinkie fingers. Each polish will be $13.

 

 

Carranam

Described as a white multichrome that shifts from blue to purple to red. This had a great formula and I didn't experience any running or pooling. This was the only one I preferred on it's own. All the others I preferred over white.





Fireheart

Described as a white multichrome that shifts from red to orange to green. I didn't experience any running or pooling, the formula was perfect. I definitely preferred this one over white because I love the shades of blue and purple that come out over white.
 
 
 





I Wanted to Go to Parranth With You

 
Described as a white multichrome that shifts from white to green to blue.  I didn't experience any running or pooling, the formula was perfect. This polish was AMAZING over white! I don't think I fully captured the majestic nature of this polish, but holy moly this was beautiful.
 
 





Lord of the North



 
Described as a white multichrome that shifts from aqua to blue to purple to pink. I didn't experience any running or pooling, the formula was perfect. I am in love with the range of colors you get with this one over white.




Neith's Arrow

 
Described as white multichrome that shifts from pink to gold to green. I didn't experience any running or pooling, the formula was perfect. I love how the you get the contrasting colors over white vs on it's own. Simply spectacular.






The Glass Castle

Described as a white multichrome that shifts from gold to green to blue.
 I didn't experience any running or pooling, the formula was perfect. Once again, I loved this over white.



 

To Whatever End 


Described as a white multichrome that shifts from green to blue to purple. I didn't experience any running or pooling, the formula was perfect. This one reminded me of Cinderella for some reason. I liked this one over white and on its own equally.
 

 

 
 
 

This collection launches on Saturday 12/26 @ 12 PM

 

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