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Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Scofflaw Prototypes





I had an incredible stroke of luck a few weeks ago and I WON a draw for three prototype polishes from the wonderful Finch, creator of Scofflaw!

I believe these are early versions of three of Finch's latest collection. Each one is amazing, they don't have names, so I'll just call them blue, grey and pink!

*Blue* is a sheer blue jelly with black, bright red (!!), aubergine, gunmetal and tiny neon yellow glitter. I layered two coats over Bourjois 1 Seconde polish in Bleu Water, which is almost exactly the same shade as the base. 


Scofflaw Prototype polish

Scofflaw Prototype polish

Scofflaw Prototype polish

Scofflaw Prototype polish

This looks like what eventually became Paranoid Android, I believe. 

Next is *pink* - if you want to buy something similar Wyld Stallyns would be the nearest, although the glitters in my version seem a warmer set of colours than the final one. I especially love the aubergine matte glitters in this! Again the polish is quite jellyish, and I have an old Dior polish almost the exact same shade as the base, so I used that as undies for this mani:

Scofflaw Prototype polish

Scofflaw Prototype polish

Scofflaw Prototype polish

Scofflaw Prototype polish

Scofflaw Prototype polish

And last but not least, *grey*. Pale grey with matt neon blue and all sorts of mossy green glitter. This is stunning! I wore it for days, I liked it so much. I used a base of OPI Skull and Glossbones for this mani. 

Scofflaw Prototype polish

Scofflaw Prototype polish

Scofflaw Prototype polish

Scofflaw Prototype polish

Scofflaw Prototype polish

And I'd guess this one became Electric Salamander in it's final version.

I love these, I think these rank amongst the treasures in my indie collection; Finch makes fabulous polishes and sells them on her Etsy Store. You can also buy Scofflaw polishes at Llarowe.

8 comments:

  1. OMG, these look soooooo great on you! So glad you've enjoyed them!

    - Finch

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    1. Thank YOU for making them and then giving them away, lol!

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  2. Wow what gorgeous colors! :)

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  3. Your pictures are beautiful, as are the polishes. Love your angles and the style of your photos.

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  4. Ooooh! Lucky ducky! All three of these are stunning!

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    1. Yes, I could hardly believe my luck about these!

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