Here are recent photos of beautiful Rose Bower (shown a while ago), which I hope you will enjoy. 🙂 Application was two coats and all photos were taken in bright sunlight. 😎
Yes … that’s wa winter release. I got this for Christmas from my daughter, and since I am into reds, Miss Frost is a beautiful addition to my stash. The red contains a tad of raspberry and also a visible shimmer – but overall the finish is matte!
Two coats shown below. No top coat of course. 😉
Since it has been snowing again, here is another winter shade, I Don’t Care. And somehow it’s true – I don’t mind the snow. Firstly, it is not that much and secondly, I stayed at my cosy home. That’s why all photos were taken inside, haha. I Don’t Care has a red jelly base with a visible proportion of raspberry, and it is packed with lots of white glitter in various sizes and shapes.
Two coats shown below.
Image Rose. Raspberry Red, perfect formula. I’m really into this. 🙂
Application was two coats. I do not now exactly (or, at all) when Image Rose was released; I have a Chanel lipstick of the same name and colour, so they are a perfect match.
Here is another mani I had applied shortly before Christmas (which at present seems ages ago 😯 ), Fiddlesticks. I had worn this raspberry/magenta pink with sparkling glitter particles a couple of months before, at the beginning of last year or so, and I liked it – but the weather was not good enough to take photos, as lighting in the flat was somewhat bad. So here is Fiddlesticks.
I have no clue how the name relates to the name of this colour – but it is pretty. 🙂 When applying Fiddlesticks, I had a little scratch on my ring finger, thus the plaster.
Here is another red-based colour. More precisely, Rose Bower is a holographic raspberry red.
Two coats. I won’t mention that it is perfect for the current season … 😉
Of the Dior Holiday varnishes, I tried Royale first. It’s a deep raspberry red.
Two coats. Beautiful!