LevelUp Lacquer ~ Intergalactic Flakie Collection

                                                                            *Provided for review

          Hey!! How’s it goin? I’m about to drop your jaw a few times. Ashley has done it again, and by that I mean created magic. I know there are some people out there that have been obsessed with flakies of all kinds since they became popular on the indie scene. I was not one of these people. I really liked the way it would look in pics but it was never quite enough to push me to buying one.  I have been converted. Like in an instant, hardcore!! I actually told my husband that If you could tattoo one polish on your nails to keep forever, I would choose one of these. But not just any one. Let’s hop into the pics and you will see this amazingness I speak of!

          First we have Stargazer. This is a flakie packed black jelly polish. I always thought that flakies would be a PITA to get nice and flat. I was wrong again… The formula is amazing and it is swimming with rainbow flakies. The sparks of blue and gold are the strongest. I used 3 thin coats with top coat

3 coats of Stargazer with top coat

3 coats of Stargazer with matte top coat
 
Stargazer macro

Stargazer matte macro
 
 
I am super partial to blue and purple polishes so I was positive this would be my favorite. Subspace is beautiful but this is not my unicorn. Subspace is a dusty robins egg blue with a very strong gold shimmer and rainbow flakies. I could use the bottle as decoration because its just so pretty! I used 3 thin coats with top coat. Let me apologize (or not) right now. I took tons of pics. Well, because… FLAKIES!!!
 
3 coats of Subspace with top coat

3 coats of Subspace with top coat
3 coats of Subspace with matte top coat
 
Subspace macro

Subspace matte macro
 
 
 
 
When I realized that Subspace was not my favorite I thought, “Well, this has to be my favorite. In the bottle it looks like Lisa Frank. Freaking amazing!!” It is such a stunner. I didn’t want to take this off for a while. Nekrit Expanse is a medium dusty violet polish with color shifting shimmer and rainbow flakies. Again I used 3 thin coats with top coat.
 
3 coats of  Nekrit Expanse with top coat

3 coats of  Nekrit Expanse with top coat

3 coats of  Nekrit Expanse with top coat

3 coats of  Nekrit Expanse with matte top coat

 Nekrit Expanse macro

 Nekrit Expanse matte macro
 
 
This baby is Dark Matter. It gives me all kinds of feels. This is an ultra chrome flakie polish with a clear base. OMG is it stunning I highly suggest this matte! I used 1 coat over Jessica Cosmetics Argon Blue and then sponged it on without a base for the accent, all with top coat. To me, it got a little muddled. I will try this again in just 3 coats instead of sponging.
 
Dark Matter with top coat

Dark Matter with top coat

Dark Matter with top coat



Dark Matter with matte top coat

Dark Matter macro

Dark Matter macro

Dark Matter matte macro



Dark Matter macro

Dark Matter matte macro
 
 
Here it is!!!!! This is Temporal Flux. I seriously could be left on a deserted beach with just this polish and I would be good. This is an off white, almost a blue toned grey sometimes, with rainbow flakies and a slight holo sparkle. Just mmmmmmm. I’m actually sitting here at a loss for words!! This is 3 thin coats of PERFECTION with top coat. Pictures please 🙂
 
3 coats of Temporal Flux with top coat



3 coats of Temporal Flux with top coat

3 coats of Temporal Flux with top coat

3 coats of Temporal Flux with matte top coat

3 coats of Temporal Flux with matte top coat. This pic was taken with my phone with flash

Temporal Flux macro

Temporal Flux macro

Temporal Flux  matte macro
 
 
Which one do you like? I know you need to have at least one of these. You know you need to have all of these lol! I am sure you will be seeing a lot of these babies very soon. They have their own following haha! I will leave the links below for your purchasing pleasure 🙂 Have a great week everyone xoxo 🙂
 
 
 
 
 
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