My manicure today reminds me of Valentine cupcakes. The pink icing was painted with She's So Glam from Rebel Debutante. The red sugar topping is Art of Seduction from the Glitter Vixen Collection. Both are Color Club polishes. I couldn't resist adding hearts like little candies.
She's So Glam is a 1980's pink. The color is bright with a lavender tint. She's So Glam would be a standout if paired with black. This would also be a great shade for club kids and bold costuming. For daytime, She's So Glam would make a vibrant seaside pedicure. The application was similar to other shades from the Rebel Debutante Collection. Such quality is expected of Color Club. I am showing three coats, but active length nails would likely require only two.
If you want to attempt a gradient manicure, I recommend polishes from the Glitter Vixen Collection. As with previous gradient manicures, I used Orly Smudge Fixer to help distribute the sparkle down the nail. I believe Art of Seduction could even be applied without gradation liquid or Smudge Fixer and achieve similar results. Glitter Vixen is one of my favorite Color Club collections. I am pleased to have found another use for these beautiful polishes.
She's So Glam was sent to me for review. The Rebel Debutante and Glitter Vixen Collections are available for purchase at victorianailsupply.com. For a chance to win all nine Rebel Debutante polishes, please visit the contest post to enter.
Happy painting, ladies.