Finch, the creator of Scofflaw, really thought about every aspect of her brand. The logo, the bottle packaging with a little image corresponding to each polish name, the special packing material, overall shipping time after the polishes were purchased, every detail was taken care of in a way that made me an appreciative customer. What about the formula,you may ask? Great polish formula, everything applied very well, nothing too thick or thin in polish consistency. I applied two coats of polish in each photo, though I really should have done three coats with Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, which has a jelly base. The only thing that I can critique is that they have a stronger smell than usual. Per Finch, she was using a type of suspension base that while did it's job well, also has a the side effect of a strong odor. It's noticeable but not offending and doesn't deter me from wearing the polishes. As it is, Finch is phasing out that base so future bottles probably won't have the same effect.
Polishes were packaged in bubble wrap and then in twos, put in these cute brown bags and then packed in a regular shipping box.
Cloud Cuckoo Land
Pale lavender creme base with purple, white and copper glitter.
Flotsam & Jetsam
Mint creme base with turquoise and purple shards and micro glitter.
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
Teal jelly base with copper, red, white, and brown varied glitter.