Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Color Club A Warm Place

You would think with close to 1,200 bottles of nail polish I would have everything? I have some holes in my collection, and that becomes blatantly apparent when I realize I need a particular type of color and can't find a single polish like it in my stash.

A few months ago I decided I needed a fall, slightly warm, pinky, cherry, red creme. Yes, this is very specific. I have a lot of true reds, orange-reds, red-violets, but I don't have any pinky-reds. No, they're not all the same!!! Thankfully, Color Club came in and took care of my fall, slight warm, pinky ,cherry, red creme issue.

Color Club A Warm Place
A Warm Place is a pink toned red medium creme.

Color: This is a pretty standard nail polish color, which is crazy why I didn't have something like it! This is a very wearable color. You can wear this in any season. I'know it's not original, but it fit my needs!

Formula: Good formula and easy to work with.

Price:  I think I got this for around $3-$4 at The Christmas Tree Store.

Overall: Nice, classic, affordable, and standard nail polish color.

My Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Paint Splatters

Happy Tuesday! 

19 comments:

  1. Marisa (Polish Obsession)October 8, 2013 at 12:14 PM

    My kind of color! Love it on you.

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  2. Very pretty red. I think I have the smallest selection of reds in my collection. I never buy them, for some odd reason. I always like when I end up wearing them.

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  3. Very pretty! I have a thing for pinky-reds as they are my favorite kind of reds. You should also check out Revlon Cherries in the Snow, super pretty and opaque!

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  4. I kind of love this. It's so bright and cheery. I wonder if I have something similar in my stash...

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  5. I'm pretty sure I don't have anything like this in my stash. Oh, I'm trying to so hard not to buy any more polishes for a while. Gah!

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  6. I often find that I don't have very basic colors when I need them. Like nudes. Or a lot of pastel colors. Glitter bombs out the ying yang but no light blue to be found in my stash! LOL

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  7. It looks great on you, very pretty! Not sure if I have any color like this in my stash :).

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  8. Oh that is pretty. It is red and pink at the same time. But it isn't pink.I don't think I have anything like this either.

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  9. Yay this reminds me of OPI Charged Up Cherry, which I believe was my first OPI polish ever (I bought Lincoln Park at Midnight around the same time and can never remember which came first lol).

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  10. Glad you like it! That's exactly how I feel about red too. I actually like this color, but it takes me wearing it to realize how much I love them.

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  11. Thanks for the rec!

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  12. Thanks! You might! If not, I'm sure a trip to the drugstore you'll find something like it.

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  13. Haha, I'm sure you can find something similar in a drugstore polish. This type of color is pretty common and you won't have to spend a lot!

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  14. EXACTLY! I have this problem. I realized this with like plums and brick reds recently. They are such common colors, but I don't really have any. Glitters rule my stash!

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  15. Nice! I actually remember my first OPI polish was Redipus Oedipus from the Greek Isles 2004 collection. I wasn't even into nail polish, but loved the color. I wish I could find it :(.

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  16. Ooohhh...that's really pretty! I don't think I have anything like it in my collection either.

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