February is just around the corner so it’s time for the next Flower of the Month from Wildflower Lacquer. For the month of February, Taylor created Violets Blossoming, pulling inspiration from the spring flower violets.
There are a large variety of violets that come in a few different shades. Can you guess the color of this month’s polish?
Violets (originating from the Latin “Viola”) are mostly known for their trumpet like shape, and regardless of the type of violet, they always have five petals. As the name implies, violet or a deep purple is the most common color.
Violets have many different symbolic meanings but we’re going to look at the color of the month’s meaning. Violets with a deep purple color usually symbolizes the giver having “thoughts occupied with love ” towards the recipient. It also means royalty, power and confidence.
Interesting fact: Violets are the state flower of Illinois, Wisconsin, New Jersey and Rhode Island and is also the flower of Greece.
Release Information: Violets Blossoming will be available starting February 1st on the Wildflower Lacquer website. It will be available the whole month for $8.50. After the month ends, Violets Blossoming, will still be available but will raise in price to $10.
It goes without saying that I am in love with Violets Blossoming. This shade of purple is ALL me! Taylor describes it as a dark violet linear holographic jelly polish with holographic flakies and ucc flakies that shift blue/purple/red/gold. This is a perfectly balanced true grape color that is deep but bright and applies flawlessly. Three coats brings this jelly to full opacity and really enriches the color. Violets Blossoming dries to a natural shiny finish before applying top coat.
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