I am sure you all have heard of the great Ruby White Tips, but here is what she has to say about her brand on her Etsy page:
"Ruby White Tips was started by my daughter and I. We adore nail polish and thought 'why not make our own colors'. So we did. As a single parent to 2 great kids, I knew I couldn't take a job that had me away from them for long periods of time. Starting my own business seems like the best way to afford to stay home with them. I still work outside of making nail polish, I hope to one day be able to afford to do this full time."
In the Breaking Bad Collection, I was sent five polishes out of ten in the collection to review.
So far, I am allowed to show you guys three of them! Here is the first one up for you all to feast your eyes on.
This is Breaking Bronze. Ruby White Tips describes this polish on her store as follows:
" Apricot bronze color with flakes of golden foil in it. 2 coats for full coverage. This is the first polish out from the Breaking Bad Collection"
I think I applied three coats for my swatches of this one, when I did them on Thursday night.
This shot was taken in flash, so it shows it a little darker/brighter.
The next one I can show you guys is called An Ocean Full of It. This one is a duochrome green-blue polish. It looks more green without flash, and bluer in flash. I believe I used three coats. It's been a few days since the swatches so I kinda forgot. Oops, that's horrible of me. It went on sheer but became opaque in three coats.
This is in flash:
The last polish I can show you guys is called It's The Bomb, Yo!. This one is a light blue/tealish glitter topper with holographic light blue and tealish holohgraphic glitters in squares and hexes. This is two coats. I love this one, it's so pretty! It's my favorite of the three I have to show you today.
This second shot shows a little more shine and shimmer.
These are all of the shots that I have to show you right now.
Ruby White Tips is sold on their Etsy page and you can currently purchase Breaking Bronze for $8.80. The owner, Laura Toff, sells her polishes in her shop for $6-$16.50, depending on what kind of polish it is you are looking for.
Well, that's all I have for today guys! I hope you all enjoyed the swatches and soon I will be able to show you guys the rest of the swatches. Talk to you guys later, bye!