Friday, September 20, 2013

Vermelho Esmaltes Artesanais American Pie & Dorothy Shoes

Good morning again dears!  I love when I get a new to me polish brand to play with!  This post shows off some Vermelho Esmaltes Artesanais, a line that comes directly from Brazil!  How cool is that?!  I translated the website to English and had a little browse around, but there isn't really much verbiage other than polish descriptions.  But that's ok, sometimes I just like to look and don't like to read.  So I am going to take VEA's lead and let the polish pictures do the talking.  But first, you can purchase Vermelho Esmaltes Artesanais from Color4Nails. The 12ml sized bottles are $9.00 each.  You can also follow Color4Nails on Facebook for stock updates and promotions!  Color4Nails is also on Instagram (color4nails) so check the page out to see tons of great blogger swatches!  


Up first I have American Pie.  Are you humming the song, I am..."bye bye Miss American Pie."  I bet you are now.  You're welcome.  This micro glitter polish is packed full of silver, blue, red and pink glitters.  It does reminds me of fresh berry pie - you know the one.  Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and other miscellaneous berries.  Anyways, the glitter looks yummy.   The base is slightly tinted so you probably want to go for a matching not contrasting base color.  I have on 2 coats of Zoya Areej and 2 coats of American Pie.   Plenty of glitter came out and applied easily despite a wonky brush.  I finished with 1 layer of topcoat for smooth nails. 



Here we have Dorothy Shoes.  This was actually my favorite of the two and not just because I love The Wizard of Oz.  It's just so red and sparkly I can't resist it!  Dorothy Shoes is another microglitter bomb, full of red and a few black glitters.  The addition of holo glitters created a very flashy effect.   I used 2 coats of Dorothy Shoes over 1 coat of Milani Rapid Cherry.  Application on this one was easy and plenty of glitter came out with each brush dip.  The brush was also easier to work with than the one in American Pie.  I finished with 1 layer of topcoat for smooth to the touch nails.     

*blurred to show holo sparkle



*these polishes were provided for my honest opinion and review
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