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Thursday, June 26, 2014

[Deborah Lippmann] Nail Polish - Razzle Dazzle (Review & Swatch)

In this post I'm only going to show you swatch, color description, and the quality (opaqueness) of the product, for the basics of the product (price, quantity, cruelty-free or not, etc) go HERE.

Hi internet friends, today is another Deborah Lippmann review day and I'm going to review Razzle Dazzle

This post also has heaps of pictures, so let's start, shall we? :)

1 coat
2 coats
3 coats
You need at least 3 thin coats to get to its full opacity, which is quite good for a jelly-based nail polish.

It's very dark purple, almost black, jelly base packed with a lot of raspberry glitters. The glitters are different sizes of fine and smaller glitters. I feel like this mix is perfect if you want to wear black nail polish, but at the same doesn't want to look too "goth" since from a far it looks like a black nail polish with a glittery twist.

This nail polish gives a bit of a textured finish, not quite enough to be qualified as a textured nail polish, but you can definitely feels a bit of grittiness. If you don't like that quality on a glitter nail polish, then just put on a topcoat. Also, because of the jelly base, the finish look looks a tinsy bit like jelly sandwich mani. 

One con is probably the fact that once it dried, the finish doesn't really have a nice shine and the glitter doesn't sparkle as much as I want it to be. Easy solution for this is also just put on a shiny top coat like Seche Vite or Etude House Ultra Shine. See, top coat is EVERYTHING people!

The formula is mostly very easy to work with, it glides smoothly and distributes the glitters evenly. On the first layer, the application of the glitter might be a bit uneven, but afterward it's really easy to get a neat application.

One thing to remember, I read that this nail polish stains, so wear a base coat. I personally removes a nail polish immediately after I swatch it to swatch as many nail polish as I can, so I didn't experience this myself, but, you know, just fyi :) *note to self: wear a nail polish for a few hours at least when writing a review for dark and red toned nail polish*

Overall, it's a great nail polish to wear on its own and doesn't really need any nail art on it in order to stand out. I do recommend to use this with a topcoat to get the most beautiful finish out of it :) *All pictures shown in this post are without topcoat*

I still have some more pictures of this beauty, but nothing to write, so I'm just gonna leave you with the pics okay? ;)

Click HERE for the direct link to this nail polish on Luxola. 

Use the code "LILY25" to get 25% off any of your first-time purchase there (code valid in Indonesia Luxola, so you need to change the country to Indonesia -IDR- on the top right corner, but you can change the shipping to your country on check out, shipping cost won't be any different).


FTC Disclaimer: Razzle Dazzle was sent to me by for review purposes. I am not paid or compensated whatsoever to do this review, I use it because I like the products and they are a company I trust (I've shopped from them long before they contacted me). Pinky promise all opinions are my own ;)

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