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Reader’s Choice Monday ~ Stripes with China Glaze Ruby Pumps

Hey dolls! The winner of last week’s poll was stripes with 54% of the votes. I decided to go with a festive candy cane look using striping tape. China Glaze Ruby Pumps, a red jelly packed with red glitter, was used as the main color. Most of you know that I’m not a red fan, so I didn’t buy this shade all on my own. My stepdaughter picked it out for me last summer. Since she will be here soon for Christmas, now is a perfect time to wear it. Ruby Pumps’ formula was easy to use and opaque with two coats. For the double accent nail, I started with a base of Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear White On. I then applied the striping tape diagonally and a coat of Ruby Pumps.

Ruby Pumps Ruby Pumps 2 Ruby Pumps 3

Simple, cute, and just a little bit festive is how I would describe this look. Hopefully the little one will like it.

For this week’s poll, I have three Deborah Lippmann polishes that I recently got for you to chose from. Please take a second to vote!

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Ray of Light, Boom Boom Pow, Sweet Dreams


 

 

11 Responses to “Reader’s Choice Monday ~ Stripes with China Glaze Ruby Pumps”

  1. Pretty, I need to pull out my Ruby Pumps. My vote is for all 3 try to incorporate a design with them. :)

  2. beachgal says:

    I also need to get my Ruby Pumps out. I wore my old fav OPI Dear Santa this past week, but Ruby Pumps is another top fav for holiday with me.

  3. MelodyJ says:

    I was planning to do Ruby Pumps next week. So, this confirms that decision. I love this combo. You are not a red fan? How come? This shade looks good on you.

  4. Every time I see Ruby Pumps I fall in love with it even more. I can’t even find any China Glaze polish here in Alaska. You did a beautiful job on this candy cane manicure.

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