Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Lemming Lacquer "Damn It, I Had Something For This, Part Two" Collection: Swatches and Review

Provided for Review
Hello! You may remember last month I did a review of Lemming Lacquer's Archer inspired collection, "Damn It, I Had Something for This". Well that was just Part One and today I have Part Two of the collection. SO MUCH EXCITEMENT. I have actually been re-watching the more recent seasons of the series for the last few weeks and with all that swirling in my mind, I can't even begin to tell you how much I loved this collection (really both collections) and how spot-on the inspiration fits the set. Major kudos to maker Cassie for her creativity. 

The  "Damn It, I Had Something For This, Part Two" Collection will be released this Friday, July 15th in Lemming Lacquer's shop

Lemming Lacquer My Earballs 
Three coats
Violet crelly base with pink, yellow, orange circle glitter
That oh so vibrant violet base combined with the circle glitter is a poptastic awesome combination. If you wait a few minutes more than usual between coats, you may be able to get away with just two coats. I ended up doing three coats because I had a bit of dragging with my second coat. It's a bit thick but not problematic.

Lemming Lacquer Not Enough Liquor and Therapy in the World
Two coats
Plum purple creme
Vampy delight, that's what this is. And with topcoat, that shine is in-your-face. Two easy coats for coverage, though I don't recommend super thin coats, you may end up with a bit of patchiness if you do.

Lemming Lacquer Crack Whore Red
Two coats
Scarlet red shimmer
You know what I am going to say right? I bet you can guess......this one is my absolute favorite of the collection. Of both collections probably. It's just such a beautiful red! With all that shimmer goodness, it practically glows in the bottle and on the nail, I feel like I am a Bond girl or something. Matte topcoat it is a must too. 

(With Matte Topcoat)

Lemming Lacquer Just The Tip 
Two coats
Peach pink linear holographic
That name though, I can't help but laugh, especially with it's tongue in cheek color. It's a warm color so it may not suit for all skin tones but I like its unique holo shade. Formula was superb, really for all the holographic polishes in this post. Applied really well in two coats, with barely any clean up needed for me. 

(Under LED Light)

Lemming Lacquer Newp
Two coats
Golden yellow linear holographic
Yellow is a color that doesn't get as much love as it should but this is a great example of a yellow polish done well. It has a metallic tone with the holo and it's so bright and happy! Formula, same as the one above, perfect. 

(Under LED Light)

Lemming Lacquer Sploosh
Two coats
Medium aqua linear holographic
You can make a splash for sure with this shade on (wink wink nudge nudge). 

(Under LED Light)

Lemming Lacquer Tactleneck
Two coats
Blackened teal linear holographic
Is it black or slightly dark black? Either way, it's a necessity if you are going to be a spy. At least per Sterling Archer, aka the world's deadliest spy. This polish is more jelly-like in formula compared to the other's creme holo formula. It's still opaque enough to need just two coats but it has a higher density holo flame. 

(Under LED Light)

Lemming Lacquer That's How You Get Ants
Two coats
Berry pink linear holographic with violet/blue flakes
The quote that led to thousands of memes. Because, well, do you want ants?? Nooope. Application was easy but it was tad thicker in formula compared to the other holo polishes, likely due to the added flakes. 

(Under LED Light)


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*The products in this post were sent to me for unbiased review*


  1. between part one and part two, it seems like there are similar colors to Cupcake's Olympic collection. what is your opinion on this and the difference in formula/finish between the two?

    1. The only color that looked really similar is the yellow one, to me anyway. I think they are both really nice formula wise, so it probably will just come down to which brand you buy from more. You can't go wrong either way!


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