Glitzy – Holo gold & silver glitter bomb with dots, stars, hex & square glitters. LOVING the glitz & glam of this one! I have it layered over Zoya Song in the photo below. The glitters were easy to get out and were easy to place on the nail.
Holoberries – Cranberry linear holo with purple / blue duochrome shimmer. Beautiful holo that was so easy to apply! The formula was spot on and I only needed two coats for full opacity.
Ho x3 – White crelly base with a mix of red, yellow, green & white glitters in all shapes & sizes. I believe this one is sold out on her site (So sorry!) I used two coats for the photo below but probably could have done a third for good measure. No issues with formula or applying!
Iceberg – Royal blue jelly with holo silver glitters in various shapes & sizes. If you love jelly polishes, this is a must have for you! The royal blue shade is stunning and I am loving the holo glitters! Photo below shows three thin coats.
Midnight – Black jelly with holo gold & silver glitters in various shapes and sizes. There is also a beautiful gold micro flakie that appears green in certain lighting. Want a galaxy on your nails? This is the shade for you! This had the same formula consistency of Iceberg – Great formula and easy to apply. Photo shows three thin coats.
Radioactive Snow – Iridescent glitter topper with flakies and other glitters that shift from purple to blue. This also contains purple shimmer & holo dust! I have it layered over butter LONDON Bramble in the photo below. I can’t WAIT to put this over so many dark shades! Radioactive Snow is also glow in the dark!
Whoville – Neon glitter bomb! There are so many different shapes & sizes of glitters in here, it’s crazy! I have this layered over Zoya Karina and I love the way it looks! The glitters were SO easy to get out of the bottle!
White Lights – White crelly with holo gold glitters. Unfortunately, this was my LEAST favorite in the collection. My bottle was extremely thick and made it so difficult to apply. As you can see, the white is very streaky and even with me applying a coat of HKGirl top coat, it still looks bumpy & rough. It just was not my favorite! Photo below shows two coats. I tried attempting to do three to see if it would make the white less streaky, but it ended up looking awful and so clumpy! Sad face 🙁
Overall, with the exception of White Lights, I really enjoyed every shade in this collection. I think B Squared Lacquer is going to do just fine in the indie world and I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next! I saw a sneak peek of her Valentine’s collection and it looks amazing!
Have you tried B Squared Lacquer before? What are your thoughts?
Availability : SHOP!
Price : Ranging from $9- $11
*Provided for an honest review. All opinions are my own*