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Red Overload: Mini Nail Polish Collection

I see red, red and more red. Clearly I am an addict when it comes to this colour in nail polishes. I decided to use the transition into fall as a perfect excuse to highlight and review various shades of red nail polishes. In my opinion this is a colour that works for whatever season be in summer for “vibrancy and excitement of a  possible summer love affair”, or fall for a bit of “moody gloom as winter and the cold season is looming in the background”.

  1. This is a studio london nail polish it doesn’t really have a name or number. I love it because it dries quickly and has a glossy finish that doesn’t require using a shining polish afterwards.
  2. This is Revlon Colorstay in Velvet rope 130 it’s stated as longwear enamel I guess this means it doesn’t chip easily? I like the colour and can’t complain about it.
  3. This is L’oreal Rouge Sauvage 550 I love love love this one, the packaging gold lid or whatever the technical term is. Then the design of the bottle it’s very unusual and I have yet to see a bottle design like this. Then the colour itself it dries quickly, very pigmented you only need one coat and it’s very glossy.
  4. This is Rimmel London in Rapid Ruby 320 the color is gorgeous and the fact that it actually dries up in 60 seconds makes it one of my favourite colours.

In the swatch I am actually wearing two of them so the first coat was the london studio color then the second coat I added the L’oreal rouge sauvage.

What are some of your favourite colours?

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