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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Red Dog Designs Who's 50th Anniversary: Victory of the Daleks

*This product is Cruelty Free 

Red Dog Designs
Victory of the Daleks

Okay, if you have followed me for long, you know I'm a Whovian, so I'm super excited to be showing you a Who-inspired collection from Red Dog Designs! There are 13 polishes in the collection and over the next few days, I'll be showing you all of them!

If you missed my previous posts on the who's 50th Collection, click the links below:

Doctor Donna
Fish Fingers and Custard
I Was Only Saying Hello
Bad Wolf
Silence Will Fall
Gallifrey Stands
All of Time and Space
The Angels Have the Phone Box

Bow Ties Are Cool
The Snowmen

Right now, I have Victory of the Daleks for you. ♥  EXTERMINATE!!!

photo cred: BBC

Continued after the jump...

Victory of the Daleks is a clear-based glitter polish with various sizes of hex and circle glitters in red, orange, blue, white black, yellow and holo silver with a generous helping of holo shimmer/micro-glitter.

Most of the time I know instantly what undies I want to use for a glitter polish but sometimes it's more difficult, so I do a skittles mani to see what I like best. The formula and application were great and the glitters are suspended perfectly in the base. No issues to report. Two light coats and one coat of top coat.

Index to thumb: Milani Yellow Whiz, Elevation Polish Evening in the Woods, Cult Nails Be Loco, Essence Movie Star and Zoya Shelby.

I actually like it over all of these! But my favorite was the darker blue. The Elevation has shimmer and I didn't want it to throw the swatches off so I went a teensy bit lighter and to a straight creme: Chanel Magic.

And of course I had to wear it matted.


I've never been a huge fan of multi-colored glitters for myself, but I really like the way this one was done using the matte glitters and the holo shimmer. It's just the right amount. And the inspiration of course...perfection.

What do you think? I still have two more of the Red Dog Designs Who's 50th Anniversary Collection to show you so GO NOWHERE!

Red Dog Designs polishes, including Who's 50th Anniversary Collection, can be purchased now at the Red Dog Designs site here and they retail for $10 each for 15 mL bottles. You can also follow her on Facebook for news and information as well as swatches of all her creations. And YES, international shipping!


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