On a walk last night, I encountered the beginnings of the snowfall. I stayed up very late with the storm and awoke to the sight of a white city outside my window. I was thinking about other civilizations and what it would be like for a person of another time period to gaze outside. What colors would greet their eyes?
Charity Ball from Color Club's Rebel Debutante collection reminds me of red clay. It's darker than terra cotta pottery. I would classify the shade as a red brown. Considering the color took me on an inspired journey to ancient Egypt. I used Migi nail art pens to draw a serpent, the eye of Horus, a winged scarab beetle, an ankh and the horns of Isis. I added blue rhinestones to the eye and the ankh.
Charity Ball was opaque for me in three coats. I'm finding the creme formula requires a third coat on my long nails. I believe the majority of the Rebel Debutante polishes would be two coaters for most ladies. The formula of this collection has been consistent of Color Club's expected salon quality. I noticed adding the third coat makes Charity Ball lean more towards brown. I prefer the look of the color with three coats. If you have any red or auburn shading to your hair, Charity Ball would likely complement your look.
Charity Ball and other shades from the Rebel Debutante Collection are available for purchase at victorianailsupply.com. My bottle was sent to me for review. For a chance to win all nine polishes, please visit the Be A Rebel Debutante contest post.
I used Migi nail art pens from the shimmer Gold Kit: purple, aqua, glitter navy, white, green and gold. These pens were sent to me for review. They are available at miginailart.com. You can click on the Migi label to read more about the product. I have reviewed each of these pens in the past and now I am having a bit of fun with them.
Happy painting, ladies!