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Hi everyone! I am back with part 2 of my Valentines Day Polish Picks. Hopefully you enjoyed part 1 of the series so far. With my picks I am trying to included a range of pinks and reds; some are cremes, metallics or glitters. I am including polishes from multiple brands, each with a different price range to help fit your budget. Hopefully you will enjoy my picks the second time. If you missed part 1 to the Valentines Day Polish Picks, you can find it here: http://www.luuux.com/health-beauty/v-day-polish-picks-part-1?blog_id=91480
The order of the polishes are from Left to Right:
-Nicole by OPI I Stop For Nicole. This is a bright cherry red with red and gold micro shimmer or glitter. You could say that this is a jolly red. When I say this polish is bright, I really mean it is bright. That could possibly be why it is called I "Stop" For Nicole. It is a stop signish red colour. This polish came out back in 2010.
-Nicole by OPI Shell Me the Truth. This is a very light and sheer pink with micro gold shimmer or glitter. You could say it is a rose gold, but the pink is way to light to be rose. It is very gold looking under the sun. This polish came out for their spring collection back in 2011.
-Nicole by OPI Stolen Kisses. The name is perfect for Valentines Day. I remember that I wore this last Valentines Day with white detailing. This is a somewhat metallic fuchsia polish. It does contain a bit of shimmer to it. This polish came out back in 2010.
-Nox Twilight in Chiffon. Don`t laugh at me, I know what you are thinking: "Wow, she must be a die hard Twilight fan." Actually I am not a fan of the movies, but I am a fan of the books. At first, I was not going to even bother looking at the Twilight cosmetic collection. But I could not stop myself when I saw that they had polishes and the bottle is kind of cute. Problems of being a nail polish addict. There were many polishes, but this one caught my eye. Mostly because I do not have any polishes in this shade. This is a very, very, very light pink creme polish. You could also say that it has a peachy undertone to it. It is quite sheer and I love using this as my base colour when I do french manicures. Downside to this was that I paid $12 for this polish! Darn Canadian drugstores. But you could get this online for $7. This polish came out back in 2010.
-China Glaze China Rouge. I recently purchased this polish a couple weeks ago. I have to say that this is a true red in my opinion. This is a creme polish. This polish was from the China Glaze X collection that came out back in 2007.
-Gosh 543 Pink Rose. This is a bright somewhat hot pink. This is also a creme polish. I believe that Gosh polishes can only be purchased in Canada and some countries in Europe. Not entirely sure when this polish came out, but it might be a couple years back.
I hope you enjoyed this second post on my Valentines Day Polish Picks. May sure to keep a lookout for the last part!