Thursday, August 4, 2011

Lynnderella Ruby Red Ruby over China Glaze Ruby Deer

 This glitter is a lot more simple than the rest of Lynnderella's polishes, but that doesn't mean it's any less beautiful. Ruby Red Ruby consists of only small. medium and large hexagonal glitters in a jelly base. This will become opaque with 3 coats, but why waste this gorgeous treasure? You can get the same jelly effect if layered over another red jelly like Deborah Lippmann's I Want Candy, but since I'm still on the fence on jellies, I opted for an opaque base. I used two coats of China Glaze Ruby Deer and topped with a coat of Seche Vite, two coats would give you a smoother finish.

Sun picture.

Shade picture. In real life it's actually a lot smoother than what this picture reflects. Here you can also see it's jelly-ness towards the cuticles.

Closeup in the sun. It reminds me of a candy apple. Mmmm!!

 I don't wear reds too often because they can be a pain to clean up if not applied correctly, but Ruby Red Ruby is worth going through that AND removal. Gosh, the more I look at these pics the more I crave a candy apple. No, seriously, I REALLY WANT A CANDY APPLE.


  1. Hmm not sure if I'm diggin this one, but I'm not a fan of reds :x I'd love to see it over an orange base though! And you're right--it totally reminds me of a candy apple too! I've never had one though.. only the caramel oness :P

  2. Lol it's ok, I didn't like reds either until recently. Mmm! The caramel ones are good!


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