what I have today! Two shades from the 6 piece Color Club Girl About
Town Collection ($8) and two from the six piece Ruby Wing Cupcakes and
Champagne Collection ($10). These are available now on shopcolorclub.com
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Let's take a look :)
up is Color Club Wicker Park, a beautiful bright lavender with an
excellent formula. This is 2 coats with Seche Vite top coat.
Next I have
Color Club Pearl District a golden metallic with a green shift. Went on
easily with two coats on the tip. Great formula, just a tiny bit prone
to showing brush marks.
Ruby Wing Cinnamon Bun. It's a color changer (in sunlight) AND scented,
with cinnamon of course. This shade is really something. I'm a big fan.
I can't say I ever wanted scented nail polish, but this one doesn't
bother me. It's not too strong and it's a scent that I'm fond of.
This is what it looks like after UV light exposure. I love the color changers, they are so neat.
lastly, Ruby Wing Rose. It's a color changer and scented with...rose!
This is 3 coats. It's a sweet glitter mix in a clear base. So I'm sure
it would work nicely as a top coat. I chose to show it on it's own.
it is after exposure to UV light. I'm a fan of the polish and the color
changing aspect, but this particular scent, for me, was overpowering.
In fact my whole room smelled like rose, even after I took it off.
Are any of these calling your name? Do you have any color changers? Are scented polishes a yes or no for you?
All the best,
*Product(s) provided for unbiased review consideration.
Loved the nails!! Beautiful.ReplyDelete
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ooh.. i want cinnamon bun!ReplyDelete
Wow very beautiful colors! difficult to choose one of them!ReplyDelete
but maybe the purple and gold a favorite!
Cinnamon Bun is awesome! I'm not sure about scented polish, but I'll give it a try.ReplyDelete
Pearl District looks like it could be great for stamping! I really love that colour :)ReplyDelete
My favourite is Wicker Park, lately I go for pastels... :-)ReplyDelete