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LVX Winter Resort Collection 2013 swatch and review with a preview of their new Spring 2013 Collection

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It’s already almost the second week in March! How crazy is that?!?! I was trying to get this post up yesterday, but my home internet would keep crashing :/

Have you heard of the nail polish brand called LVX?

 

“LVX: Latin; Light

the essence of all color.
Avant-garde

LVX recognizes the importance of beauty within Fashion. LVX is a deeply devoted fashion brand providing an in-depth understanding of emerging runway trends and high fashion. Our unique color collections are meticulously selected to be the top colors of the season, and will be the perfect complement to your wardrobe. LVX is committed to creating palettes that exceed seasonal trends while maintaining a timeless essence.

Innovative & 5 Free

Our long lasting, chip resistant and non-streak formula is free of toxic and harsh chemicals. LVX products are formulated without the use of Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, DBP, Toluene, and Camphor. We are devoted to providing you with top quality, socially responsible, and vegan-friendly, luxury products without compromising quality, durability and finish.

LVX nail lacquer is cruelty free. All products are produced in the U.S.A” (www.shoplvx.com/about).

 

Also for those of us who hate the harsh chemical scent that some nail polishes give off, awesome news!!!! LVX nail lacquers don’t have that smell!

 

I have been following LVX on IG since I opened an account back in June. They have come out with some pretty serious collections and today I have the Winter Resort Collection of 2013 to show you!

 

Creamfields

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Four coats of Creamfields nail polish by LVX.

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Four coats of Creamfields nail polish by LVX.

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Four coats of Creamfields nail polish by LVX.

 

“Creamfields” is the simplest polish out of the collection. If you need a break from glitters, shimmers and holographic polishes, than Creamfields would be a good palette cleanser. This shade is a very light white toned peachy/pink cream polish. Out of all of the polishes in this collection, the formula of Creamfields was the hardest to work with in terms of leveling out perfectly, but with jelly-ish creams that is to always be expected. That is why I had to use four thin coats because if I would have used thicker coats I would have had the polish flooding my cuticles and clean up would have been a real mess. Other than that I have no problems with Creamfields, it was super shiny and classy looking without the use of a top coat.

 

Tribute

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Two coats of Tribute by LVX. Photo taken with flash outside.

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Two coats of Tribute by LVX. Photo taken with flash outside.

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Two coats of Tribute by LVX. Photo taken with flash outside.

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Two coats of Tribute by LVX. Photo taken without flash outside.

 

“Tribute” is my favorite polish out of the collection! I wish the sun had been out, so I could have taken a better picture in all of its beautiful shimmering glory. Tribute is a metallic blue cream-jelly that is so deep and rich hints with blue shimmer when the light touches it. I have no words to describe this shade, other than everyone needs it in their personal collections. Be very careful when applying Tribute since it is a deep and rich blue, if you get any polish on your skin you may need to go over the stain a couple of times with remover before it will come out. Also just like every time you paint your nails use a base coat first 🙂

 

Luxe

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One coat of Luxe nail polish by LVX.

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One coat of Luxe nail polish by LVX.

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One coat of Luxe nail polish by LVX.

 

“Luxe” is a one coat-er silver metallic polish, how fantastic is that?! Clean-up on my cuticles was a little rough because the formula is so rich and pigmented, but once I washed my hands, the little bit of shimmer on the skin washed away. But hey!! Don’t they sell lotion with shimmer and glitter?? Kinda the same thing.. your gorgeous fingers will be sparkling!!  This shade is so in-your-face bright, I took these pictures in the shade… I wonder in full sun if they would have blinded me. I am actually wearing Luxe on my toes right now and I didn’t think I would like silver polish, but it turns out that I do.

 

Aubergine

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Three coats of Aubergine by LVX

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Three coats of Aubergine by LVX

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Three coats of Aubergine by LVX

 

“Aubergine” is a dusty more on the side of jelly constancy than cream purple polish. I can’t wait to do a jelly sandwich with Aubergine and some holographic glitters. With this shade you can build it to get they right color for you. The formula was awesome, it levels out with no problems and clean up was a piece of cake.

 

Dark Matter

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One of coat of Dark Matter by LVX

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One of coat of Dark Matter by LVX

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One of coat of Dark Matter by LVX

 

“Dark Matter” is a lovely dark gray cream polish. Guess what? This shade is also a one coat-er! oh my, that’s unheard of with the gray polishes that I have worked with. I was crazy surprised when I was painting my nails, that I only needed one coat. The formula is fantastic, levels out beautifully and I had no need for a top coat.. You see the reflection in the polish? that is all Dark Matter… I was blown away but it.

 

Alchemy

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One coat of Alchemy by LVX

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One coat of Alchemy by LVX

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One coat of Alchemy by LVX

 

“Alchemy” is a one coat-er gold metallic polish, fraternal twin to Luxe. Just as with Luxe, with Alchemy clean-up on my cuticles was a little rough because the formula is so rich and pigmented, but once I washed my hands, the little bit of shimmer on the skin washed away. Alchemy is also a in-your-face bright polish. Formula is fantastic, levels out beautifully with no brush marks, just like the other polishes (except Creamfields).

 

Price:

$16.00 for a 17 ml bottle

 

Where to Purchase:

Shoplvx.com

 

Check them out on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/shoplvx

 

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(These products were sent to me for my honest opinion)

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VEGAN LUXURY NAIL LACQUER BRAND LVX

LAUNCHES THEIR SPRING 2013 COLLECTION.

LVX nail lacquer announces the release of their fourth debut collection.

 

Chicago (February 2013):  With immense anticipation of an “emerald” release in nail lacquer, LVX debuts the stunning gemstone for Spring 2013. Emerald, named Color of the Year for 2013 by Pantone, is this season’s it color. LVX’s adaptation of this amazing color is vivacious and will intensify any outfit. The luxury vegan brand continues to stun us with their distinct and bold seasonal palettes.

 

The top shades that will define the Spring 2013 season will include:

 

Viridian                 Striking emerald green  

Indigo Bleu          Ultimate navy blue

Citrine                   Golden citrus

Fantom                 Timeless white

Cerulean               Audacious blue

Azalea                   Soft and daring lilac

 

Effective Spring 2013, LVX will debut a new and updated bottle. The new sleek design will display the colors more vividly. The overall size and shape has not changed, however due to the thicker glass, the new fill capacity will be 15ml.

 

The long lasting, chip resistant and non-streak formula is free of harsh and toxic chemicals. LVX products are VEGAN and formulated without the use of Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, DBP, Toluene, and Camphor. LVX is a no compromise nail lacquer that has superior formulation, is socially responsible and eco friendly. LVX nail lacquer is cruelty free. All products are produced in the U.S.A. The new collection will be available March 1st 2013 on www.shoplvx.com.

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3 Responses to “LVX Winter Resort Collection 2013 swatch and review with a preview of their new Spring 2013 Collection”
  1. everysensory says:

    Amazing photos! Alchemy and Tribute are stunners, the rest look so nice and classy too. 🙂

  2. all the LVX polishes are soooo gorgeous. i kinda hate seeing them since theyre beyond my reach at the moment. as if i could look away though!! *drooooooool*

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