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Plain Old Polish: China Glaze Ruby Pumps

Do you want a classic red colour? Well look no further than Ruby Pumps from China Glaze. It's a popular colour and I know why! The red colour is deeply saturated with shimmer that sparkles in every light. 

With flash

Natural light
If I had to choose one red colour forever, this would be it! It's absolutely beautiful! Two coats are usually enough to get the full intensity of the red.




So that's it! This classic red colour is enough to get me to wear it for more than a week. And I do change my polish very often, sometimes as much as once a day. What's your favourite red polish?

Happy Ruby Pumps!
XOXO
Naomi

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    1. thank you Chelsea! What colour are you wearing today?

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  2. Gorgeous shade and I wouldn't mind a pair of pumps in this shade either lol

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    1. OMG yes, pumps in this colour with the shimmer.... faints

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  3. love that shade :)
    I'm a new follower through BBU blog hop
    http://misslyndseyja.blogspot.co.uk/
    xxx

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  4. This is such a lovely colour :) It is so Dorothy insipred!

    Tanesha x
    www.tanesha-marie.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. I have "Ring in the Red", but it doesn't look quite as opaque as this one...nails looking fab as always!

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    1. Oh sounds like a christmas collection polish! thanks jayne

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  6. lovely polish,,, looks good on you,,, uhm,, where do you get your seche vite top coat if i may ask?

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    1. Thank you! I got the seche vite at a store here called T&T Salon supplies. They have a website, go check them out. Not sure they have a store in tobago though

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  7. Ohhh such a vampy colour!!! And that embeded sparkle is so lovely! It's almost edible haha!!/Azure

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    1. Oh edible polish! would love if they would make that!!!

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  8. Im an island girl-expat. I normally dont like red but I like the sparkles in this product. I have to see if I can find it.

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    1. Oh where are you now? I get all my polish here since we cant import them.

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