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Rainbowify Me ~ Nail blog: Femme Fatale: Ruby Hare

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Femme Fatale: Ruby Hare – revisited
Described as a medium berry pink with subtle copper shine and linear holo

It has been seven years ago since I wore this polish last. That is what
happens when you have Helmers full of nail polish and only ten fingernails. “Ruby
Hare” is a beautiful berry linear holo with a really pretty copper shimmer.

The formula is still really
good and I used two easy and fast drying coats for full opacity.

I attached a simple butterfly on my ring finger (and my thumb) and topped the
whole thing with topcoat.

This is the final result in the sun:

Femme Fatale: Ruby Hare – revisited

Look at that shimmer and shine!

Femme Fatale: Ruby Hare - revisited
Femme Fatale: Ruby Hare – revisited

Here it is without the butterflies.

Femme Fatale: Ruby Hare - revisited
Femme Fatale: Ruby Hare – revisited

I really like both the holo and the shimmer effect in this polish. And the
formula is still amazing after all these years – no need for thinner and the
drying time is still good.

Number of coats: 2
Drying time: Pretty good
Finish: Shimmer and linear holo
Overall impression: Good quality polish, great effect
Buy again: I wrote no when I tried this on in 2014 – but I’m glad I kept this
polish, so I’m going to write yes to buying it again now

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