Black Crackle

Still On The Crack Eh?: Dazzle Dry Black Lace Texture

Wednesday, November 07, 2012nail a college drop out

Let's just assume you're still wearing crackle polish. Now, let's assume you were one of many lacquer heads who flocked to malls, salons, and drug stores alike to buy it. Okay. One more assumption, I promise (maybe). Now let's assume you seldom ever wear it. Now we're on the same page I've decided I'm going to make the attempt to start a sporadic segment calledwhat else—"Still on the Crack Eh?"

The first installment is Dazzle Dry Red Rapid and Black Lace Texture

Dazzle Dry Black Lace Texture is your typical black crackle polish. 
 Application was pretty favorable. One easy coat is all it took for this guy. But allow me to say that I was most impressed with Rapid Red. I don't even like red nail polish
if you saw my stash you'd think I was a liar. It was opaque in two coats and there was no staining. If you're looking for an absolute must have go to red nail polish, this one gets my seal of approval.

Dazzle Dry lacquers retail for $9 and are available at

* products provided for review*

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  1. LOL i love your post title, jus sayin (:

  2. LOL, I love the title and the manicure is cute.

  3. Your title for the review is a grabber! Thanks for sharing your experience with Dazzle Dry!

  4. The title for your review is a grabber! Thanks for sharing your experience with Dazzle Dry.

  5. Did you use one thin coat? I can't seem to get mine to look like yours. =o( I think I put it on too thick but then when I do a thin coat it doesn't go on smoothly and looks horrible! Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    1. i used one thin coat after i let the base color dry for a few minutes.


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