You have no idea how happy I am that it’s Tuesday now. Mondays are the absolute worst in my opinion because you have the whole week ahead of you to get through before you can get some rest again and enjoy the weekend. I didn’t get a chance to do most of the stuff that I wanted to do this past weekend, but I did get all of my posts done for the week so that’s a huge accomplishment. Well, I got the manicures done and photographed which is the hardest part of putting a post together in my opinion. I definitely don’t want my blog to fall by the wayside now that I have started working because this little outlet is so important to me–it keeps me sane! I received this pretty little set about 2 weeks ago right when I started working so I didn’t get a chance to swatch and post it since I got so freaking sick. Are you ready for another shot of Spring? This is the LCN Blossom Sorbet Collection for Spring 2013.
LCN Soft Daisy is the color I was most excited about when I opened up this set. What is it with me and yellow polishes lately? I really wanted this one to work for me but the formula was just so streaky. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised since this is the norm for yellows. Despite the formula issues, I do love the color–it’s like a little more yellow than Illamasqua Load which is like my new favorite polish.
LCN Lilac Blossom….ahhhh so purty! The formula on this one was much better and more in line with what I expect from LCN. If you haven’t tried their polishes yet, I can’t rave enough about their buttery cremes. I think this looks more periwinkle than lilac but either way, it’s a gorgeous color.
LCN I Love Mint is the staple minty green polish that seems to crop up every Spring. Incredibly, I never get sick of all the various versions of this color and I know that most of you also can’t get enough of this type of color. The formula was nice and buttery!
And lastly, LCN Vintage Rose is my surprise favorite. I don’t know about you, but this does not look like a rose color. I guess I was expecting it to have more pink in it, but it’s definitely more peachy…almost cantaloupe with some pink tones to it. Again, the formula was great.
So what are your thoughts on these shades? I don’t think they’re like super original, but I do love this cute little cohesive set. The colors are pretty and spring appropriate for sure. You can check out these polishes and more over at the LCN Boutique.
Are you ready for all these Spring shades? I sure am! Don’t forget to enter the TWO giveaways that I am running right now! Enter my giveaway for a bottle of Silly Lily Polish Bunny Eggs here and enter to win a set of OPI Euro Centrale Minis here. Thanks for stopping by today, and I will talk to you soon!
Disclosure: The products featured in this post were provided to me by the manufacturer or their PR firm. For more information, please see my disclosure policy tab here.
7 thoughts on “LCN Blossom Sorbet Collection Spring 2013”
The mint and lilac shades are lovely!! I am loving the new Spring lines with all the lighter shades. Thanks for sharing!
Adorbs, Im loving the pastel overload atm.
Thanks for sharing this, especially the link to their website! I have seen swatches of this brand before, but never new where to find them.
Tina recently posted..Holo Giveaway!
I’m ready for spring. Period. Why are yellows always so annoying??? I like them so much! Whites seem to mostly be fine (or at least plenty of them are, I’m sure some are super sucktacular) but yellows… :-/ I actually like all these colors. The lavender one definitely looks more periwinkle and the rose… I would say that’s more of a coral than a rose but whatever, Im sure there are roses that color but they also make white roses and we don’t call whites “rose.” Whatever tho… These are really pretty.
Nicole recently posted..Silly Lily Tequila Sunset Layering and Review
Pretty little Daisy and Mint are my FAV :)~ and they’re my fav on you as well!
Siobhan recently posted..Tribal Print Tutorial
I would normally day that i love all of them but the yellow, because im not a big yellow fan, but thus yellow is even amazing on you! I love all of thwe shades!
Amanda (Mae) recently posted..NOTD 111 – Valentine’s Day Gradient
I agree with you on everything. The lilac is nice; if not more periwinkle than lilac; I can never resist a mint, despite having many mint colors; and the rose definitely seems more coral. It’s a nice set, even if it’s somewhat unoriginal.