China Glaze “Ruby Pumps”


IMG_8083Happy Tuesday everyone! I feel like I’m always apologizing for my absence, but this time I have a better excuse than I was just lazy or busy.  I have been without internet for about 6 days! It was so frustrating wanting to blog and post videos and every upload only getting to 13% and every web page taking an average of 20 minutes to load.  We finally got a new modem and had the cable company come out, and everything is working well for the time being!

Today I have a polish that is on the top of practically everyone’s list! I guess its an an oldie to some, but a newbie to me! I picked this up at IMATS Toronto because China Glaze polishes were on sale 6 polishes for $20. I figured I had absolutely no excuse not to buy this polish at that point and I could finally understand what people rave about.

IMG_8086China Glaze “Ruby Pumps” is a red jelly base with red microglitter/microshimmer. Don’t ask me why, but this polish reminds me of the finish of a bowling ball or a sparkly paint on an old car. It has a glitter but it isn’t obnoxious or over the top. Its subtle and classy and makes the polish have a glow about it!

IMG_8085The formula on this polish was spot on! No complaints whatsoever. It was opaque in 2 coats, but the pictures show a little bit of a visible nail line. That wasn’t really visible in person, but if you’re a stickler for that type of thing, you can always paint a 3rd coat. What I really was impressed with about this polish was that it wasn’t a pain to remove! Although it is a glitter, it wasn’t as hard to get off as a regular glitter. Overall, I understand what I was missing and I’m glad I finally have this in my collection!

What do you guys think? What is your favorite cult classic polish?

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