Hi loves! Today I have another polish to show you I bought and wore a while ago. Rescue Beauty Lounge was offering both FREE worldwide shipping AND the third polish free, so yeah.. couldn't pass that up now could I ^^? The shades I grabbed were Small, Dim, Summer Stars; Kellie Gonzo and Réveillon which I am showing today.
Rescue Beauty Lounge Réveillon was created as part of the Fan Collection 2.0. Everyone could submit polish ideas and Ji selected 6 ideas to be translated into a real polish. This was the inspiration:
“My vision for Réveillon is based on the cold winter afternoons growing up on the Quebec/NYS border. This is the borderland where we speak both French and English; for many on the American side, it’s the furthest south our families migrated. Réveillon is a holiday dinner held for Christmas and/or New Year’s Eve. It is an event of tradition and family, marking the transition from night to day as the dinner/party lasts well past midnight. Réveillon is celebrated with luxurious feasting in the company of family and friends. Given that it takes place after the winter solstice, the holiday suggests the coming of spring, albeit many months from that day. The color in my mind is a cool, silver-toned blue (more silver than blue) inspired by the icy landscape of late December. There is an internal flash of gold/white shimmer, perhaps violet, representing the light as reflected off ice, as well as the fireworks often used to light the night sky on Réveillon. Réveillon is mysterious with a complex depth and internal shimmer/light.” — Cara’s longing.
I think the inspiration really speaks through the product - it must have been so cool for Cara to see this shade come to life! In most swatches this pulls more blue but on me this shade leans way more gray. Still lovely, especially with the shimmer, but not what I expected. The formula is great, just 2 coats are all you need for a creamy and opaque finish! The RBL brush is of good quality and the brush cap holds nicely.
Do you own any Rescue Beauty Lounge polishes? If so, which one's your favorite? Tell me in the comments!