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Rescue Beauty Lounge Review ~ Part 2

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Hey dolls! Today I have photos for you of the second installment of my Rescue Beauty Lounge review (see part 1 here). I can tell you now that I haven’t been disappointed with any polish that I’ve tried from this brand so far.

RBL Catherine is a described as a royal purple with its fine pewter sheen and hints of blue and fuchsia shimmer. The formula was great; it was very easy to use and was opaque in two coats.  

RBL Catherine

RBL Catherine

RBL Catherine H is described as a shimmering Wedgewood-blue hue with a hint of a gold-and-pink-flecked darkening sky. When I first became aware of RBL years ago, I didn’t realize that these were two different polishes. Now I know better! Catherine H is such a pretty shade of blue. The formula was exactly the same as Catherine’s; applied easily and was opaque in two coats.

RBL Catherine H

RBL Catherine H

RBL Coquette is a light pink crelly filled with silver shimmery flecks. You all know I’m a pink girl, so I loved this shade. The formula applied easily and was well pigmented. I recommend waiting in between coats to prevent dragging. Two coats were used for opacity.

RBL Coquette

RBL Coquette

RBL Kellie Gonzo is a pink leaning coral that is filled with subtle glass flecks. Corals are one of my favorite shades to wear and I love that this one doesn’t lean too red. The formula was a little on the thick side, but was still manageable. Two coats were used for opacity.

RBL Kellie Gonzo

RBL Kellie Gonzo

RBL Piu Mosso is described as an inky, blue-black that shoots through a flash of orange, the last glow of sunlight. The shimmer is not as visible in low lights, but it really came through under my daylight lamp. The formula applied nicely in two coats. As a plus, no stains were left behind.

RBL Piu Mosso

RBL Piu Mosso

RBL Scrangie 2.0 is described as the color of an oil base that floats on water with rainbow sparkles. This color is so hard to describe! It looks green in some lights, goldish copper at times, and brown at others. The formula was great and applied effortlessly in two coats.

RBL Scrangie 2.0

RBL Scrangie 2.0

I’m sure you’ve picked up on the fact that Ji from RBL really knows how to create a shimmery polish! I’ve really enjoyed wearing all of these shades. There were no problematic formulas and I got really nice wear time for each. Ji was gracious enough to send me a set of her treatments to review as well so that will be the last installment of my first RBL blogger responsibilities. RBL polishes can be purchased here for $18 or $20 each. Be sure to keep up with them on facebook, twitter, and instagram.

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