China Glaze’s Crimson and Long Riding Coats of Velvet

OOOHHHH, so much to share before Halloween!!!! I’m scared!!!

My new Canon camera takes wicked, detailed photos. I’m scared to use that too. It will surely make anyone who reads this blog sceert too; cuticle blech!  (That’s China Glaze’s ‘City Siren😉

Yet, I’m not afraid of any of these ‘gore’-geous Halloween polishes we got flooded with this year. I mean, seriously…

This is EXACTLY what I’m talking about. China Glaze sucker-punched my eyes with this shade called ‘Crimson.’ This vampest of vamps is from China Glaze’s Haunting collection. And, I think you will be haunted by this one, if you like it and don’t get it.


Crimson is a red shade, isn’t it? But, that’s what China Glaze is calling this one. I’m seeing a blackened plum color, myself. And it can’t help but beam, even if it is a dark color. Like, look at the sun’s reflection on the thumb!

This creme was really easy to apply. I have on 3 coats and you can see how smooth it is. So smooth that you can see the texture of the sky’s clouds. ‘Crimson’ got a bit of it’s gloss with a top coat by Lumos.

 Wicked, purple black!

Can you see yourself wearing a long riding coat made of crushed velvet in the color of ‘Crimson’? I can and what a wicked look that would be. Like this…

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