Color Club Style Icon

Skipping around through brands and collection - today's post is from Color Club's 2012 Fall collection titled In True Fashion.  This was a 12 piece collection that was split into 6 cremes and 6 shimmers.  This is Style Icon, a blue based red jelly that was a bit vampy on the nail.  I used a base coat of Poshe, 2 coats of polish and a top of Cult Nails Wicked Fast.

Here in the sun you can see a bit what I mean about it being a jelly like polish - it looks almost watery on the nail instead of fully opaque.

In the indirect sun you can see the vampy red coming out a bit - it's much lighter than the bottle but still not too jelly.

Finally indoors you can tell that this is light and jelly while still being a bit vampy like corn syrup blood that's too thin.  Or not?  Either way, I'm not sure I'd purchase this for the sake of owning a red jelly.  I would like to test it in a jelly sandwich but I may need to just go with 2 coats tops.  Pretty, but not really my cup of tea.

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  1. I looked at this one but it did not 'jump' into my shopping basket. I have so many great red creams and no way could I ever even rotate through them ALL in 2 yrs. I never thought I would say this as I have collected reds all my polish lives - but I have enough reds unless there is something that comes alone that blows my mind (a couple did that this past year I will admit). I finally had to start using tough love on my red addiction!

    1. I know the feeling. It's weird to think that 20 years ago, red was pretty much the only color out there! I want to group all my polishes by color one day, just so I can take a picture of it and laugh how many I have.