Ruby White Tips Nail Lacquer Swatches and Review – Part 1

by Lisa Heath

Ruby White Tips Nail Lacquer Swatches and Review – Part 1

I posted a teaser pic on Monday that was a polish from Ruby White Tips – but here are more swatches from her!

The lady behind Ruby White Tips contacted me to do a review for her.  Her line is still fairly new (don’t worry though!  She tested her creations before selling!) and her enthusiasm for her creations was just incredible.   You could tell by the way she described the colors and her “vision” for her polishes that she really loves what she is doing.  One thing I loved is that she said she didn’t want to mess with glitters too much because a lot of the color combos and all have mainly been done.  She wants to focus on shimmers and holo’s as time goes on.  I really thinks it’s great that she has a direction with Ruby White Tips, and judging by the samples I received, this is an amazing direction for her to go!

I am starting off with 4 Ruby White Tips nail lacquers, but I do have more here to review in a few days!

Ready for these beauties?

A Toast to the Host:

Here is the “sneak peek” I posted on Monday!  I took this picture after wearing it for 5 days!  No chips, no visible wear (and yes I did do things at work and around the house!)  I didn’t plan on wearing this one so long, but I put it on and then didn’t really want to take it off.  A Toast to the Host is a sheer pearly white base with small iridescent glitters scattered within, and when the light hits you get little pink and aqua shimmery sparkles.   Like a gorgeous winter wonderland on your nails!  I used 3 coats for this photo and a top coat.

Man Eater:

Oh wow… probably my favorite of this group of 4!  Man Eater is a deep blood red jelly base with gold flecks within.  I used 3 coats for this mani and it’s so damn gorgeous!

Pan Can Purple:

My second favorite of the group – Pan Can Purple!  Pancreatic Cancer awareness month is November and Purple is the color for the ribbon, which was the inspiration for Pan Can Purple.  This is a lovely purple crelly (halfway between a creme and a jelly) with subtle blue and pink shimmer scattered within the polish.  50% of each sale for Pan Can Purple will be donated to Dr. Yeo at Jefferson Hospital Philadelphia Pancreatic Center.  I love polishes with a purpose like this.  I used 3 coats for this mani and a top coat.

Shut The Front Door:

This polish name made me giggle a little.  When I first saw the name I thought of my boyfriend’s mother.  She uses this expression, so when I read it, I say it in my head in her voice and it’s just adorable!  Shut The Front Door is a beautiful shimmery teal blue with blue micro glitter and micro holo glitters scattered within.  I only used 2 coats and a top coat for this mani.

So what do you think?  I think these are beautiful and for those who aren’t into glitter bombs, these are definitely perfect for you!

You can find Ruby White Tips on Etsy

Each bottle retails for $7.50

All polishes made by Ruby White Tips are 3 Free!

If you have any questions and would like to contact Laura, please do so through her Etsy Page!  As I said earlier, she is very enthusiastic about her creations and I am sure she would love to answer any questions for you!

I will have some more swatches from Ruby White Tips up soon, so keep an eye out ;)

***Products in this post were provided for review.  All opinions are my own***

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Shannon November 28, 2012 - 12:48 pm

These are gorgeous!

Lisa November 28, 2012 - 1:06 pm

She did a fabulous job with these!!

Cari November 28, 2012 - 12:53 pm

I’m in love with the #1 man eater #2 shut the front door and then #3 pan can purple…..all BEAUTIFUL! I have a ? though, as I’m new to all the nail pages, are your nails real? I have the hardest time growing my nails, and also, keeping polish on longer then 2 or 3 days because it chips. And that’s even with a base and top coat! Any suggestions?

Lisa November 28, 2012 - 1:03 pm

My nails are real. I use the Trind Perfect System for cuticle and nail treatment, but I naturally have very strong nails that don’t bend much. I also use Barielle Nail Strengthener a couple times a week to help out. I find that my polish stays put longer with sticky base coats (like CND Sticky) than with other basecoats.

Laura Toff November 28, 2012 - 2:22 pm

WOW! What can I say? THANK you from the bottom of my heart! This means so much to me. I fell in love with them all over again! I look forward to any one that would like to try Ruby White Tips! I owe you BIG TIME Lisa!!! HAIL TO THE SHIMMERS!!! Oh, that’s a good name for one huh?

Lisa November 28, 2012 - 3:26 pm

It is absolutely my pleasure Laura! These are really pretty <3

Jenn November 28, 2012 - 7:40 pm

Wow… Man Eater is SICK! And I’m not usually a red polish fan…

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