Friday, January 30, 2015

Red Dog Designs Wine Time & Cherub Rock

Good afternoon.  I have another post for you today - featuring a few other polishes that are releasing tonight!  I am very happy to announce that Red Dog Designs is officially back with 2 new Valentine's Day polishes for us all to oooh and aaaah over!  I have greatly missed Gina's creations and think you're e going to love what she's been working on.  You can pick up Wine Time and Cherub Rock tonight (1/30) at 8pm EST.  Each will be $10.  So I am eager to know which is your favorite of the 2.  So plese leave me a comment, let me know!

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The first polish I have to share is Wine Time!  Inspired by the Panteone Color of 2015, this is a gorgeous redish-marsala polish full of holo shimmer and sparkle.  It actually dries to a suede finish which is very pretty and unique, although I forgot to take a picture of it that way so check out this post from Pointless Cafe to see Wine Time in it's natural suede state.  I was actually too eager to topcoat it and see that sparkle pop - and wow does it!  With every movement of my hands I saw sparkles and bling. Formula and application were both good, Wine Time covered completely in 2 coats.  Be sure to let each layer dry fully before adding the next - especially if you plan to wear it with the suede finish.  But if you want the glossy finish use topcoat like I did!

Red Dog Designs Wine Time

Red Dog Designs Wine Time

Red Dog Designs Wine Time


Red Dog Designs Wine Time

Red Dog Designs Wine Time

The other polish Gina has for us is Cherub Rock.  Glitter bombs are her thang so I am happy she created a fun one for us this coming holiday.  Cherub Rock (yes inspired by the Smashing Pumpkins song - listen to it HERE) is full of metallic pinks and silvers (circles, triangles, sequins) and matte black (hearts and stars).  Of course it has her signature touch, a nice dose of holo sparkle.  It's an awesome blend and will look great over all kinds of base colors - pinks, reds, white, silver, grey, etc...  I used Barielle Grey Skies as my base and fell it showed off all the glitters and holo sparkle.  I actually used the sponge method again with this glitter topper - brushing glitters and base onto a cosmetic sponge and dabbing it on my nails.  This helped get maximum glitters and less base.  I sponged on 2 coats of Cherub Rock and finished with a thick layer of topcoat.  

Red Dog Designs Cherub Rock

Red Dog Designs Cherub Rock

Red Dog Designs Cherub Rock

Red Dog Designs Cherub Rock

Red Dog Designs Cherub Rock
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