Sunday, January 21, 2018

Superchic Lacquer ~ Bubble Freeze

Superchic Lacquer ~ Bubble Freeze
Silver Linear holo

Time was running short so I needed to do a fast manicure today. I picked a silver holo from Superchic because they are advertised as being one coaters. I usually wear two coats anyway but today I wanted a polish were one coat would be enough.

So I applied a layer of Bubble Freeze. It was easy to apply and it dried fast, no worries there. I wasn’t quite happy with the coverage though, I had a few bald spots. I would have applied another layer if I had more time but I hadn’t.

So I stamped on it. The design is from Moyou London’s stamping plate “Holy Shapes Collection-01”. I made a gradient stamp with El Corazón’s stamping polishes “Pumpkin” and “Red”.

This is the final manicure including a layer of topcoat; it’s photographed with flash.

Superchic Lacquer Bubble Freeze

And here’s the same thing taken in regular daylight, no sun.

Superchic Lacquer Bubble Freeze

Here’s “Bubble Freeze” on its own. This is one coat but I see bald spots so I do recommend two coats.

Superchic Lacquer Bubble Freeze

Here’s the polishes and the stamping plate.

I’m not quite as impressed with my Superchic polishes as I was in the beginning. They’re almost one coaters but the wear isn’t fantastic on me, which is a shame. I have still got a couple in my box of untrieds, but I’m not sure I’ll buy more of them.

Number of coats: 1, but it’s not quite enough so I recommend 2
Drying time: Really good
Finish: Linear holo
Overall impression: Good base polish
Buy again: Yes, I’ll use it for stamping in future.


  1. I almost always do two coats even it has covered in one. Feels better that way. Love the end result of your manicure.

  2. The stamping turned out really great! I usually wear two coats aswell if I'm not going to do nail art, put glitter on etc.

    1. I agree. And besides: It's only you guys here that get to see my nails up close like this :D