It’s felt very Autumnal in London the last few days – I even wore black tights for the first time in months yesterday… And they were fleece lined! I love this time of year when it’s time to turn to deep berry red and plum shades and look at how gorgeous this Oriflame The One Long Wear Nail Polish inRuby Rouge* is!
I met the lovely ladies from Oriflame at Bloggers Festival a few weekends ago where they told me about their long lasting nail polish which is said to last for 14 days! Sounds good to me! I’d not tried any of Oriflame’s nail polishes before and was thrilled to receive this deep red polish in the post a few days ago.
I absolutely adore this colour. It’s such a rich deep red and looks really sophisticated and will be fabulous for AW work wear. I used two coats to get the density here.
Ruby Rouge applied really nicely with a thick, even covering. The brush is slightly angled which did take a little bit of getting used to, but overall helped to apply the polish quite neatly and in few strokes.
I’ve been wearing Ruby Rouge for two days now without a top coat and haven’t had a single chip so far! I’m really impressed with this as I usually find I get at least one chip a day with nail polish as I am sat tapping away at a computer everyday. I will let you know how it wears and whether it can live up to it’s bold claim of lasting a whole 14 days!
This is a perfect colour for Autumn and is also a chic alternative to the classic festive red at Christmas time (yes I’m thinking about the Big C already!) I’m really impressed with the quality of application and will definitely be picking up a few more polishes from the Oriflame nail range. At £6.95 a bottle I think it’s a pretty good buy!
What are your favourite shades for Autumn? Have you tried Oriflame nail polish before?
*Thank you so much to Oriflame for kindly sending me Ruby Rouge to review. All thoughts are honest and my own. For more information please see my Disclaimer Page.
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