Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Dreamland Lacquer; Woleebaph Ronder Wily Collection

Evening friends!  Even though there was no school/work on Monday this week has seemed extra long.  And 2 more days dangit!  I'm currently just trying to keep my middle little appeased and happy because he had a wire put inside of his mouth (bottom teeth are super crooked) and his mouth is sore. Soft foods galore...took him some soup for lunch, ice cream for dinner and the like.  Hopefully he's feeling better tomorrow.  Other than that not much is going on.  Right now I have this fan-freaking-tastic collection to share with you!  Dreamland Lacquer has created the gorgeous Woleebaph Ronder Wily Collection.  It's inspired by the neural networks run by Janelle Shane  that comes up with colors and names them.  Nail polish via technology has the colors down but the names leave much to be desired (or they're great to laugh at).  Just check out THIS article!  So this was the inspiration for the Woleebaph Ronder Wily Collection, or in English, "What Your Computer Might Name Your Polish." This 6-piece collection will be available on 1/20 at 2pm CDT.  It will be a 48 hour pre-order window and then available on the site again a time after that.  Pre-order prices are $10.50 each, $11 after the 48 hour window.  The full set is $60 and free shipping on all orders over $50 with the code FREESHIP50.  $6 international shipping and free shipping over $50 with code INTL50.  I think that's  all the info I have for you so let's check out some polish!  

*press sample*

Dreamland Lacquer: ShopFacebookFan GroupInstagram

Light of Blast is a futuristic silver full of several types and sizes of holo pigment with holo and iridescent micro glitter.  It's sparkly and gorgeous!  Great formula, easy application, and so damn cool looking!  I need my space pants to go with these nails.  3 coats and topcoat to finish.

Stanky Bean is a pale, warm pink holo with holo micro glitter and large particle red to green shimmer.  Giggling at the name and just trying to envision the inspiration behind the name/color combo here.  But the color is totally beautiful and delicate and feminine.  Great formula, smooth application. The slightest ever visible nail line after 3 layers and topcoat.  

Clay Cow is my favorite of the collection.  It looks neither like clay or a cow.  It's a sage green crelly filled with fine coppery red shifting shimmer and holo micro glitter.  GOR-JU-US!  Awesome formula and great application.  No issues to mention.  3 layers plus topcoat.  

French of the Bird is. a. thermal!  Woot woot!  It's a purple to turquoise thermal with blue to purple shifting shimmer.  The thermal changes easily and the colors are both beautiful.  The cold state is purple and the warm state is turquoise.  Another great polish with no complaints from me in regards to formula or application.  3 coats plus topcoat.  

My hands were so warm it was hard for me to catch a good pic of the colors together!  But you can see the purple on the tips of my nails here.  Love the turquoise and purple together!  

Copper Panty is my other favorite of the collection!  It's a medium turquoise crelly filled with large particle red to green shifting shimmer.  Ooooh man that shimmer is what gets me!  It's like beautiful little rainbows floating in pools of cool water.  I want me a pair of panties in this color!  Great formula, great application!  3 coats and topcoat.  

And finally we have Dorkwood.  Ok, I have to admit, I adore this one too!  It's a stunning deep/medium shade of purple jelly with large particle red to green shifting shimmer.  I think it's really cool how this one has that lit from within glow and looks framed with a dark blurple shade around the  edges.  Another fab formula and application.  Smooth and level and all the things you want in a great polish.  3 layers and finished up with topcoat.  

I moved around my house to show you Dorkwood in different lighting.  Isn't it pretteh?

Ok dolls!  I didn't have a chance to do any comparisons this time so please comment below with any in particular you want to see and I will work on it ASAP!  

Pin It

No comments:

Post a Comment