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Black Sheep Lacquer Swatches – Lateralus & Falling Sky – PHOTO HEAVY !

I heard about Black Sheep Lacquer through the Indie Blogathon at Mommy Loves Nail Polish. And I’m so glad I did!

I’ve not ordered from a Canada-based store before, so I just ordered 2 polishes to test, in case shipping became a problem. Actually, they came through very fast – in just 6 days ! Now, I can order something from 50 yards down the road and it can take 3 weeks to be delivered, so I was pretty impressed!

There was something on the Etsy store about a free mini polish with any order of 2 full-sized, but I wasn’t sure if this was valid, so I left a note to surprise me, and Erin, at Black Sheep Lacquer certainly did ! She included a free mini of Falling Sky. Which is so totally my kinda polish, she got that one spot on ! There are a lot of indie sellers out there, and for me, the difference is in the detail. I have never tried an indie polish I didn’t like, but I do really appreciate the personal touches; that’s what makes it more interesting than ordering from a big brand ! Erin doesn’t disappoint on this front. She has a blog, if you’d like to check that out, but how she finds the time, I don’t know – because every one of the polishes was packaged in the most darling way –  that must take forever ! They were all swirled up in stripy paper, tied off  like little sweets. So cute ! This is clearly a lady that is passionate about what she does 🙂

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