China Glaze: Ruby Pumps

It’s time for another one of my random reviews. 😀 And it’s a review on a nail polish by my favorite brand. CHINA GLAZE! So, let’s just dive into it.
Here is my review on none other than China Glaze’s Ruby Pumps. Here are some photos of the bottom of the bottle and the bottle itself:

Ruby Pumps is a bright, red glitter nail polish.  It’s very “Valentine’s Day.”  It reminds me of a glitterfied version of China Glaze’s Sacred Heart (Neon).  This polish is so much fun to use!  It dries really fast and goes on nice and smooth, despite the glitter!  I love smooth polishes.  Just applying the polish is fun.  I can’t describe what it is like to apply “Ruby Pumps”, so you have to get it for yourself and find out the fun that you are missing.

It’s… so… glittery.  It SPARKLES in the light!  It’s fun to look at your nails when wearing “Ruby Pumps”.  I could look at my nails all day.  Is that vain?  Who knows.

This is a picture taken by my window, using sunlight, to show off the sparkles.  The color in this photo is pretty spot on!  Which seems to rarely happen whenever I take pictures.  I guess the natural lighting is better than the light from the lamp on my desk that I usually use.  But the problem here is that I usually take all the photos at night.  And the sun USUALLY isn’t around at night. Lol.

This photo was taken using the light from my desk lamp.  As you can see, the color is a little bit different from the photo above.  I like the first photo better, but I decided to put this up to show the comparisons.  Oh!  Please pardon the fact that there’s extraneous nail polish on the sides of my nails.  I’m a messy (sorta) painter when it comes to simply putting on a base color.  It saves me time to just quickly put on the base color, rather than apply it carefully. Lol.  Once the polish dries, I always just peel off the extra polish.  It’s just my way of doing nails.  Not very professional, but oh well.

I wanted everyone to see how glittery this polish really is, so I took a couple of up close pictures to show you!  And you can click on the photos to enlarge them, and see greater detail!

So. I had a lot of fun with “Ruby Pumps.”  And I don’t see how anyone could not.  I really can’t think of one bad quality about this color.  Goes on smoothly, dries quickly, looks GORGEOUS.  There’s nothing not to love. 🙂  I think that wraps up the review.

EDIT: Aug. 29, 2010:  There is ONE thing not to love about this polish.  For people who know about polish, you already know this, but “Ruby Pumps” IS a glitter polish, meaning, it’s a PAIN to remove.  But that’s it. 😀

♥ ☮

~LinZ

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15 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lauren
    Aug 22, 2010 @ 11:00:53

    I absolutely adore this color! 🙂

    Reply

  2. JacQueline
    Aug 22, 2010 @ 12:50:18

    That could be the hottest red EVAR. WANT.
    I’m a messy painter too! 🙂

    Reply

  3. coffee gift
    Aug 29, 2010 @ 14:18:02

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    • LinZ
      Aug 29, 2010 @ 14:43:05

      Thank you so much! I ALWAYS appreciate comments, no matter what they say, but thank you so much for the compliment!
      If you want to be notified, on the right hand side of the blog, at the top, there is “Email Subscription” where you can just type in your email and click the black “Sign Me Up” button, and then you’ll be notified, by email, when I make new posts! And make sure you confirm the subscription through your email!
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    Aug 31, 2010 @ 06:07:20

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    • LinZ
      Aug 31, 2010 @ 17:13:23

      Ah! Thank you so much!
      Much love! ❤
      ~LinZ

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      Aug 31, 2010 @ 18:12:15

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    • LinZ
      Aug 31, 2010 @ 19:49:11

      Of course! I would feel honored! Right now my blog is kind of small, considering it’s only a little less than a month old, but I plan on posting something almost everyday! Thank you for the compliment!
      ~LinZ

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  7. Anita
    Nov 25, 2010 @ 17:35:31

    are you blind? don’t you see that you’re painting your fingers too?
    nevertheless this color is beautiful

    Reply

    • LinZ
      Nov 29, 2010 @ 19:20:26

      Actually, when I don’t wear my glasses, I AM almost blind! lol. 😀 But yeah, I painted my fingers, but the picture was taken before I got a chance to clean up my nails. But that was quite awhile ago and I am MUCH better now with my application. If you want, you can check out my new blog at http://lindsay11707.blogspot.com to see for yourself.
      But yes, “Ruby Pumps” is a nice color.
      Thanks for the comment.

      ~LinZ

      Reply

  8. baidu123
    Sep 08, 2011 @ 02:22:01

    Thank You for this post. Just found it on google and i have to say that i;m really really surprised Thanks again and cheers dude!

    Reply

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