Liquid Glam Lacquer’s June Bug

24 May

I’m excited about this new polish by Liquid Glam Lacquer! It’s called June Bug. June bug is a lavender crelly base with medium neon pink hexes, small blue and white glitter. The release date for June Bug is Wednesday June 5th.


I wouldn’t have come up with this combination of neon pink, blue and white altogether but it works and it’s oh so very pretty! This is a crelly polish. For those who aren’t sure what a crelly polish is. Allow me to explain. A crelly polish is a cross between a creme and a jelly. It isn’t thick enough to be a creme but isn’t thin enough to be considered a jelly. Often crelly polishes go hand in hand with glitter. With crellies, it is always the best to apply thin even coat. Avoid the temptation in painting it on thick. You want to allow each layer especially glitter to build up with each coat to create some depth. Doing so will allow you to achieve this perfect look.

As shown in these pictures, this is three thin coats of June Bug. I’m loving June Bug so much. Purple is one of my favorite colors. It evokes memories of pretty summer flowers. It allures freshness. Here’s a better close up!

Would I recommend this? Yes! June Bug is perfect for the summer. I give this one 4.5 out of 5 stars. The formula is wonderful and easy to apply. Again, this took three thin coats to achieve full opacity. June Bug also dried quickly between coats. No issue with glitter at all.

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