Scofflaw – Sturm Und Drang

I have no idea what is going on, but I’ve found a WHOLE LOAD of unpublished blog posts… I’ll be dripping them out over the summer for you all to see.  There are some beauties in here.

This is the second Scofflaw I picked up from Llarowe when I bought David Bowie’s Bulge that was WAY back in April… Anyway, onto the pictures!

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As you can see from the images, Sturm Und Drang (German for ‘Storm and Stress’ according to Google..)  its a dark grey base packed with small glitter in pink and silver , accented with larger glitter pieces in a gold-green colour.  Unlike anything else I have in The Stash.

From what I can recall based on when I took the pictures and when I used the mani (it was the one after The Bulge), I can only assume that I did two coats over a layer of Essie Millionails and then top coated with Essence Studio Nails Better Than Gel Nails High Gloss Top Coat.

I do remember loving the formula, and two coats built up brilliantly.  However, one slight ‘niggle’ is that the gold-green pieces  didn’t come out as often as I would like.  Not sure if that just luck in this instance as I’ve only worn in once (unlike The Bulge that has been worn four or five) but now that I have rediscovered these images I shall be wheeling this out again asap.

There are several ways you can get your mitts on some of the Scofflaw lovelies… if you are in the US, you can check out the Esty Shop.  If you are international (outside of the US) you will need to stalk out Llarowe.  More information on future releases and sneak peeks can be found of the Facebook page or check out Pinterest.  I picked up mine from Llarowe, super speedy shipping but I did have to stalk the shop to get hold of this.

What do you think?  Do you own any Scofflaw lovelies?


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