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I wanted to get Red-y & Willing from the first moment I saw some swatches of it online. I got sucked in by its deep burgundy beauty, it looks so gorgeous in the bottle. I was in such a hurry to get it when it became available, I almost forgot that probably not everyone is as a nail polish freak as I am. :D
Once applied it looks even more awesome:
I was a litlle bit afraid that it’s going to be streaky because of the frost finish, but fortunately I had no problems with it.
And it’s so so so pigmented, one coat almost perfectly covers the nails, but for the depth of the shade I would advise applying two. It’s so striking on the nails and attracts so much attention – I got a lot of compliments about it. I felt so feminine like suddenly someone added 10 years – not to my age – but to my confidence.
As I admired its color, I realized that I might already have something very similar, so I dug up Orly Smolder to compare them.
You probably remember Smolder, I always mention it here and there, because it’s still one of my most precious and cherished nail polish.
So let’s see them next to each other:
Am I the only one that biased or you do you think too that Smolder is way more beautiful? It’s like it’s lit from the inside, it glows so intensively. *_*
But today we are not here to rave about Smolder, but to form an opinion about Red-y & Willing, which is also a very gorgeous nail polish beyond doubt. :)
If I look at the pictures above, I can’t help but wonder how very amazing Red-y & Willing is. I love the shade, the finish, the quality. Even next to Smolder I still love it very much and would repurchase it even if I had remembered that I already have the Orly polish. ŰBecause they feel different – whatever that means. The China Glaze is sexy and feminine, the Orly is sensual and attractive. They are not replaceable with each other.