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Let’s Go Crazy with Red China Glaze Nails

I am not afraid to wear red. It could be a bright red lipstick or bright red nails! I love red (pink don’t be jealous)! After trying to get China Glaze Ruby Pumps and having no success, the next best thing was their Go Crazy Red polish. It’s a bright cherry red with micro specks of gold glitter. This is a polish that you can get away with wearing one coat only but two coats makes it perfect. 
The seche vite top coat really makes any manicure shine. Honestly I was really disappointed with not finding the China Glaze Ruby Pumps but now that I look at Go Crazy Red I am more than satisfied with this colour. It’s gorgeous. I usually get my China Glaze fix from Wonderful World for $TT30. How do you wear red?
Let’s Go Crazy with Red Nails!
XOXO
Naomi

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  1. this is a hot color for you!
    i don't wear reds with shimmer that often but i love this shade.
    my favorite shimmery red would be frankly scarlet from revlon. :)

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    1. would you believe i dont have any revlon nail polishes? i will have to change that soon!

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