Fleeting Fancies featuring Scofflaw – My Very Own Luck Dragon

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Hello my amazing readers.  I think it’s been a minute since I’ve written a post.  Life has been a little topsy-turvy this past few weeks.  But, I am still here!  Today I’m going to be slightly mean and show you the most recent Scofflaw LE.  It was available for one day only and will not be restocked.  However, I still like to show you these fleeting fancies because you never know when you might find it on the secondary market!  I also did a nail art look with it which I’ll share at the end!

Scofflaw – My Very Own Luck Dragon

Scofflaw – My Very Own Luck Dragon

Now, I’m not sure if I’ve mentioned it before but I -love- Scofflaw.  It’s really one of my favorite brands of all times.  Unique colors, fantastic finishes, great names, and those labels though!  All of these things add up to me just being enamored of them.  When I saw the posts for this polish come out I knew I had to have it.  One, it’s in my preferred color family and two, it’s based on The Neverending Story which is probably one of my favorite movies from my childhood.

Scofflaw – My Very Own Luck Dragon

My Very Own Luck Dragon is a dusty greyed blue-green crelly that is packed with an aqua shimmer, teensiest gold micro-flakies, and teensie holo sparks.  It’s sparkly and perfectly elegant on its own but it also makes a brilliant backdrop for nail art as well.

Scofflaw – My Very Own Luck Dragon – Macro

Application was perfection on this.  I have zero issues to report.  Opaque in two coats, no streaking, dragging, balding, or other such things.  Honestly, I wish all polishes applied this easily!

I did do some nail art with this.  I was going for a steampunk look but then a friend of mine saw a pic of my nails when I was sending a picture of something else and he’s like “it looks like an 80s grunge grafitti collective got ahold of your nails.”  Honestly, I didn’t mind that either so here is my steampunk/grunge grafitti nail art…

To get this look I started with a base of My Very Own Luck Dragon.  I then stamped a damask pattern in a dark metallic brown polish.  I stamped the same pattern using a copper metallic polish.  I then sponged on some bits of a gold holographic polish to match the gold clockwork wheel that I attached on my ring fingers.  I actually quite liked how it turned out!

I highly recommend checking out the secondary market to see if you can snag this up as it’s a very pretty color.  I will include all the stalker links for Scofflaw below so that you don’t miss out on any other limited editions in the future!

Scofflaw Nail Varnish

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