Below: Toned down just a notch and dressed up with one coat of Color Club's Japanese Glitter, Bishop Weed.
Below: Ms. Socialite shown using 2 coats under an Ott lamp below, which is true to color.
Below: With a flash, it appears more purple. I prefer the more plum look of it above.
Today is a little busy around the house, but I wanted to show you a few more shades from Color Club's most recent release, Rebel Debutante. As with the first one I tried, Gossip Column, the application on these was just fine using 2 coats. Rebel Debutante is much brighter on than it looks in the bottle, bordering on almost a neon shade. It dries to a gloss finish, so I wouldn't categorize it as such, but it is quite vivid! Ms. Socialite is a purple shade leaning toward the plum side with slight red undertones. It too is somewhat vivid, but a nice hue that works as a year-round shade. So far, I'm enjoying this collection and it's variety of creme shades.
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