Lac Attack Jewel of the Nile

Happy Monday Peeps!

I hope you all had a great weekend!

Today is the last day of April and alas, my last day of blue nails for Autism Awareness. I didn’t get to post as much as I would’ve liked, but I did hold true to my mission of wearing blue nail polish every single day this month 🙂

Today I wanted to end the month by showing you another awesome indie polish: Jewel of the Nile by Lac Attack.

Lac Attack is a newish indie polish seller on Etsy, but by this beauty alone, I can tell that its creator, Anastasia, knows exactly what she’s doing.

Jewel of the nail is a mix of neon matte glitters suspended in a clear base. In the bottle it looks almost exactly like Floam by Nail-Venturous, except with some purple glitter thrown in. The glitter in it is not as dense as the glitter in Floam though, so it definitely needs to be layered.

In the pics below I layered 2 coats of Jewel of the Nile over 2 coats of China Glaze Turned Up Turquoise. I love the way it came out and it made my nails look super bright and fun. Check it out:

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Do you see how it’s a little reminiscent of Floam? They could be sisters…or cousins. I’ll have to do a comparison post with them later 😉

You can purchase Jewel of the Nile from Lac Attack’s Etsy shop.

It’s currently sold out but I think it’ll be back in stock before the end of the month. The little bottle that I have is $4.25 and the full-size bottle is $8. I wanted the full-size bottle but it was sold out, so I’ll be itching to get my hands on it next time it’s stocked.

So what do you guys think of Jewel of the Nile? Let me know your thoughts and try to have a happy Monday 🙂

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3 responses to “Lac Attack Jewel of the Nile

  1. This combo is great! Turned Up Turquoise is one of my fav Chgs.

  2. hmmm… You had me fooled… I thought this was a floam manicure 😀 Yes, they seem to be in the same family!
    I’d love to take a peek into your nail polish storage… you have such an awesome collection!!!!!

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