MAC Vera – Nail Lacquers: Photos, Swatches and Reviews

Only two Nail Lacquers came out with this collection, sadly. However, they’re both AWESOME! Soft pinks and peaches are my favorites and I find them to be incredibly flattering on everyone. They even warm up my skin, which is hard to do with most nail polishes. These are both very creamy, and although they can apply a bit streaky, they look even and opaque after two or three coats. I always put on a top coat of MAC Overlacquer over all of my nail polishes to give them a glossier look and extend the wear time of them. I usually get about a week of wear out of MAC Nail Lacquers with minimal chipping and tip wear.

Both colors are limited edition and sell for $16 at any MAC store, counter or on www.maccosmetics.com. Neither one is sold out online and they’re still in stock at most locations I’ve worked at recently.

Midsummer's Dream, Play Day

Bad swatches were taken in natural sunlight when my camera didn't want to cooperate. There are two coats on each fingernail. Play Day, Midsummer's Dream

Midsummer's Dream

Midsummer’s Dream (Cream):   This is a “pale pink lilac”. It’s a creamy, cool toned pink that’s really pretty on even the palest of skintones. It’s girly and soft and perfect for spring. It took three coats to be completely opaque for me and applied streaky at first, but turned out very even and smooth in the end!

Play Day

Play Day (Cream):   Play Day is a “pale milky coral”. It seems creamier than Midsummer’s Dream to me, and more opaque with less product. It also wasn’t as streaky with the first coat. I have a lot of nail polishes from other brands but I can’t really find any similar to this one, so I would consider this a unique color worth picking up. It’s one of my personal favorites, so I actually stocked up on it! It’s warm and flattering on everyone!

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