Nothing to Disclose
Nothing quite makes my heart go pitter patter like the words “Scofflaw Restock.” Whenever I see them flash across my Facebook feed I immediately start counting my pennies and checking to see what is going to be restocked that time! Today, I thought I would share some of my Scofflaw collection with you. Without any more muss and fuss here we go! Also, I guess that you’re going to really get an idea of what my favorite color family is!
First up is Love Letter to Mr. Rogers:
Love Letter to Mr. Rogers is a deep rich dark emerald-leaning teal cream that has copper and gold microshimmer with golden iridescent flakies scattered throughout. It’s a gorgeous vampy color and I *loved* the way it looked on me. Plus this polish gives me all of the sentimental good feels because I recall all the times I watched and adored Mr. Rogers even when I was well past the age of the target audience!
Oh yeah, totally in love with this one. It’s a lovely formula though the first coat does have some sheerness to it the second coat fully evens out any issues with the first coat and levels things out so that it’s left with a perfect creamy finish. Pictures show two coats plus topcoat.
Polishes used: Barielle – Nail Rebuilding Protein Basecoat; Scofflaw Nail Varnish – Love Letter to Mr. Rogers; Digital Nails – Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That Topcoat.
Next up is Arcane Sugar:
Ha! Ha! I love a good punny name for polish. It makes me happy. Plus I live in the south – sugar cane is a big deal around these parts. Arcane Sugar is a shimmery seafoam green crelly that is packed with so much goodness in the form of glitter and shimmer that it’s going to take a minute for me to get that out for you. I see: Matte cream-colored hexes in multiple sizes, metallic dark copper microglitter, teensie tiny iridescent glitter, metallic dark copper hexes, and honestly I’m pretty sure that there’s more in there but there’s only so much that my eyes can pick out!
Formula was great on this. Good glitter spread and coverage without manipulation and while it’s a crelly base it was opaque in two coats. Also the smaller gauge glitter insured that it wasn’t topcoat hungry either. Pictures show two coats plus topcoat!
Polishes used: Barielle – Nail Rebuilding Protein Basecoat; Scofflaw Nail Varnish – Arcane Sugar; Digital Nails – Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That Topcoat.
Now we have the only duo that I’m going to share with you today! Love Letter to Bob Ross and Happy Little Trees (obviously they go together)
Love Letter to Bob Ross first:
Love Letter to Bob Ross is a dark teal creme polish that has much more blue in it than LL to Mr. Rogers. The shimmers in it are totally different as well. There aren’t any flakies in this one but it is packed to the brim with red, blue, and green microshimmer (I think possibly copper too but it’s so small they all just mingle together like a happy shimmery mass). This is another one that I found supremely flattering on me and I could see this being useful for so much nail art!
Here is Love Letter to Bob Ross topped with Happy Little Trees! Happy Little Trees is a magnificent glitter-fest of a topper and is so perfect for LL to Bob Ross. There are matte cream, satin dark aqua, matte spring green, and metallic gold glitter in a multitude of shapes and sizes. It is extremely dense with glitter!
LL to Bob Ross self-leveled beautifully and went on in two easy coats. I actually liked the formula very slightly better on this one than LL to Mr. Rogers. I then LIGHTLY (yes, LIGHTLY) dabbed Happy Little Trees over the top. Pictures show two coats of LL to Bob Ross with topcoat and one LIGHTLY dabbed coat of Happy Little Trees plus topcoat.
Polishes used: Barielle – Nail Rebuilding Protein Basecoat; Scofflaw Nail Varnish – Love Letter to Bob Ross and Happy Little Trees; Digital Nails – Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That Topcoat.
Last but not least is the lone non-green Scofflaw for today – Maxwell Demon:
It’s almost like a shock to your system after all that glorious green right? But I have so much love for this polish that I can barely contain it. First, it’s utterly perfect for Spring. Second, it’s like a PERFECT nude pink for me! Third, it’s a crelly-based glitter…seriously you cannot go wrong with this polish! Maxwell Demon is a soft pink crelly packed with glitter. There are metallic raspberry hexes, metallic aqua micro-glitter, matte red microglitter, and an iridescent microshimmery microflakie type thing that I can’t quite sort out with my terrible eyesight!
Yes! Love love love! Ok, so formula on this was amazing. I had no trouble getting glitter on the nail or having it spread evenly. I did not fuss with this polish at all not even a little bit. It is a light base so it’s a touch sheer and I needed an extra coat but really that just gave it more squishiness and depth so that didn’t bother me in the least. Pictures show three coats plus topcoat.
Polishes used: Barielle – Nail Rebuilding Protein Basecoat; Scofflaw Nail Varnish – Maxwell Demon; Digital Nails – Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That Topcoat.
Oh are you excited about the words “Scofflaw Restock” the way that I am? If so you’re IN LUCK! There is going to be a Scofflaw restock TOMORROW Wednesday, March 25th at 8PM Central and EVERY one of the polishes that I have in this post are going to be available. So if you’ve been passing up on the Bob Ross Duo or Arcane Sugar or any of the others now is the time to snag them because you never know when they’ll be gone! You’ll also want to be ready for the restock as Scofflaw Restocks are extremely popular and sell out fast so definitely go and scope out what you’re wanting and prep your restock plan! You can see everything that is going to be restocked on the Scofflaw Website. In between restocks you can get your fix of Scofflaw pictures and upcoming stuff on their Facebook and Instagram pages!