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China Glaze Ravishing Dah-ling

The reds were beckoning from my Helmer last night. Rather than go with another bright and summery red shade, I chose a gorgeous vampy red that's perfect for fall!

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats China Glaze Ravishing Dah-ling
1 Coat NYC Clear
1 Coat Seche Vite

This might seem a little dark and vampy for August, but I LOVE this color. If you're looking for a blood-red jelly polish... Ravishing Dah-ling by China Glaze is IT... AND... it's part of their core collection, so it's easy to find! (You can buy them online or at Sally Beauty stores.)

Fall is creeping closer day by day, and it's just starting to FEEL like Fall, you know? The humidity has worn off a little bit, the nights are cooler, July came and went... How crazy is it that today is the first day of August? Unreal.

I was in the biggest mood for red polish last night, for whatever reason. So, I narrowed down my choices to 3 shades of red, finally settling on Ravishing Dah-ling by China Glaze.

China Glaze has a great formula, and Ravishing Dah-ling is no exception. 2 coats were a slightly brighter red, but I used 3 to completely even this manicure out, resulting in the blood-red color in the photos. It's a great shade that I think any skin tone can pull off. The best part? The red makes it simple and classic, but the blood-red shade gives it an edge. Definitely a must-have for your collection!

What do you think of Ravishing Dah-ling?


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