Moore Swatches: Colors by Llarowe (CbL) February 2018 POTM & Mild and Wild Collection


Hey Suga! Welcome back! I hope you all had a pleasant weekend. I sure did! We finally got our van fixed so no more 3am mornings for me! Yes, honey, I was getting up at 3am for the last 2 weeks to take Jason to meet his ride for work… ugh. It was an adjustment but I am happy that it’s all over. Saturday I spent time with family, which is ALWAYS fun.

So how many of you caught the games [football] yesterday. Yep, the Patriots are going to the Superbowl… again 😦 Honestly, I was hoping to see Jacksonville take the win. But I am happy that the Vikings took the ‘L’ since they beat my Saints last week…hehehehe. Yes, I’m petty like take. Congrats Eagles!!! Regardless, I will probably only be tuning in the Superbowl for the halftime show and to see how the Budweiser/Dilly Dilly commercial continues and JT

But let’s talk polish. Today I have the February Polish of the Month (POTM) and the Mild & Wild Collection from Colors by Llarowe (CbL). I’m sure by now you are familiar with POTM, the monthly polish available for only 1 week! But the Mild & Wild Collection is new. It consists of 8 polishes that featuring 4 Mild (M) and 4 Wild (W) polishes. Each set includes a holo, a shimmer, a crème and a topper.

Well, I’m excited, how bout you? Let’s jump into the swatches.


**All swatches are done using Commitment Issue Peel-off Base Coat by Vapid and Tonic Topper by Tonic (shiny) and Onward Through the Fog Matte topcoat by Vapid. Swatch photos are taken using artificial lights.**

What’s Love Got To Do With It? (POTM)

A red cherry base with scattered holo with pink and blue shimmer and micro flake

80 Degrees (M)

A light aqua base linear holographic with lilac to pink to blue shifting shimmer

Dainty (M)

A blue to copper to pink shifting topper with purple to blue shifting
micro glitter and pink to purple shimmer – 3 coat coverage alone or 1
coat used over a base.  This polish is shown layered over Fast Cars & Rowdy Bars

Tease (M)

A medium periwinkle crème

(Photo slightly modified to enhance more purple as the original photo leans extremely blue. This shade is a more periwinkle (irl) – very hard to capture.)

Sugar & Spice (M)

A light lilac creme base with pink to red fine shimmer

Fast Cars & Rowdy Bars (W)

A blackened teal crelly with ultra shiny finish

On the Prowl (W)

A jelly based topper with various sizes of irridescent shifting glitters and Aurora pigment. Copper to red to green shifting shimmers and glitters. (Shown over Tease)

Snakeskin Boots (W)

A blackened charcoal grey base with original UP pigment and Aurora pigment. Shown with 3 coat coverage but also looks amazing over Fast Cars & Rowdy Bars, Tease or any base. (Base color will change the look of the polish.) *This will be limited due to limited pigment available.*

Burning Down the House (W)

A medium plum glow holographic base with blue flame

Overall Thoughts – Colors by Llarowe (CbL) February 2018 POTM & Mild and Wild Collection

Overall: I’m absolutely floored with the gorgeousness of the Feb POTM. If you are looking for the perfect red…THIS IS IT! Formula / Application: no issues to report

Opacity: 2-3 coats

Price: Feb POTM: $11 Mild & Wild: Set – $68 / Individual: Crème – $5 and All others – $11

Availability: February 1st at 12pm mt (Please Note – The pre-order for POTM will be open for one week only – from February 1st at 12:00pm Mountain Time until February 8 at 12:00pm Mountain Time)

***Colors by Llarowe***

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