This is not the post I had planned for tonight, but after putting on this polish yesterday I just HAD to share it with you asap!
This polish is from the Etude House XOXO Minnie collection and is called Minnie Red.
I was lazy this weekend and did not file my nails so if they appear a bit longer than usual, that’s because they are. 🙂
These bottles have 8ml of polish and the brush is wide and thin, just like I love them. And this one worked like a charm. Isn’t the cap cute as well? 🙂
This is a GORGEOUS red! It’s kind of a mix between a bright red and a vampy red, although my pictures reveal the brighter side because the bulbs in my light box simulate sunlight. But I think you can still see that it has a dark tint to it.
This polish dried fast too. I applied thin-medium coats and by the time I was finish with my first coat I could continue right away with my second one.
The formula on this polish was a dream to work with. It’s self-leveling and has an amazing flawless finish. In these pictures I have 2 coats and NO top coat.
I tilted my fingers a bit in this next picture so they would reflect the light better. Look at that shine!
I was so excited when I put this polish on and could not wait to share it with you. I loved the colour in the bottle, but I never thought I would love it that much on my nails. I can’t stop staring at them!
Initially I was going to add the white loose glitters from this collection over top, but once my nails were done I could not bring myself to do it. I did place a few temporarily just to see what it would look like, and even though it was fun, I just couldn’t cover the beauty of this polish.
To me this is the perfect red polish and I never thought I would love red so much. It’s a perfect red for this time of year because of the dark tint in it, and still perfect for Christmas because it’s still a cheery red. And it would work in the summer too because it does have a brightness to it.
Ok, I need to stop gushing over this polish, lol!
Do you like reds? What do you think of this one?
– Chantal 🙂