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Superficially Colorful Lacquer // Giving Thanks Collection

Hello dear readers! :) Today, I have the Giving Thanks collection by Superficially Colorful Lacquer to show you.

This pretty collection is inspired by Thanksgiving, but I guess you already gathered that from the name of the collex, the colors, and maybe the turkey... lol! This collection consists of 7 polishes in warm holiday colors, with scattered holographic finish.

Before showing you the swatches, I'd like to tell you that I photographed the polishes without and with top coat, but my camera doesn't show the difference... Thus, there was no point in showing you several photos that look all the same. So I just chose the best ones and mixed them. I used an artificial day light for all the pics.

And now, let's take a closer look at these nail polishes, shall we?!

Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry Sauce is described by its maker (the lovely Jin Jit) as "a cranberry red that dries to a satin look". It's almost a one coater but I used 2 coats for these photos.

New World

New World is "a very orange-y red with rather strong holographic finish". Under an artificial day light, it looks like a warm coral. I used 2 coats for these photos.

Give Thanks

Give Thanks is "a nude-cream color with subtle holographic finish and satin look when dry". I used 2 coats for these photos, but I had a pretty great coverage with the first one, that's pretty rare for a light color like this.


Cornucopia is "a warm gold holographic polish". I used 2 coats for these photos, but you could get away with one if you're careful.

Food Coma

Food Coma is Jin Jit's personal favorite and it's mine too :P It's "a dark chocolate color with red, gold and holographic shimmer finish". Sorry, I couldn't capture the red and gold shimmer, boo! I used 2 coats of Food Coma for these photos but it's almost a one coater too.

Pass The Beans

Pass The Beans is "a dark rich green with gold and holographic shimmer". The formula is less thick than the others but I had no issue with the application. I used 2 coats for these photos. It has a glossy finish so I only took pics without topcoat.

Peas & Thanks

Peas & Thanks is "a light green with a golden sheen and subtle holographic finish". The color actually reminds of Tinkerbell's dress :P I used 2 coats for these photos.

I had no issue with these nail polishes. They all have a great coverage with two coats, and most of them are almost one coaters. They also dries pretty fast.

All the shades are beautiful. My favorites are Food ComaCranberry Sauce and Pass The Beans. What are yours?

The Giving Thanks collection will be release on November 27th - Thanksgiving Day - at 1 pm EST (or 6 pm GMT, for the UK) on, worldwide shipping! 

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* These polishes were sent to me for my honest review. Please see my disclosure page for more information.


  1. These are all gorgeous! Your manis & photos are outstanding!

  2. I can't just pick ONE favorite, I want them ALL. Ugh... these are superior and gorgeous!!! What a beautiful collection!! Excellent pics and your nails look just beautiful!!! <3


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