Monday, February 8, 2021

Red Eyed Lacquer February Charity Box Roared their Terrible Roars

Greetings and Nailutations!

*Press sample*
Today I am sharing Red Eyed Lacquer's contribution to The Charity Box for February.  The theme this box is Book Club and the charity benefitting from a portion of sales is Epilepsy Foundation.  Bianca from Red Eyed Lacquer selected the classic children's book - Where The Wild Things Are.

Let's get to the details! 

Name: Roared Their Terrible Roars
Cap: 100
Price: $12.50
Availabilty: February 11th - 20th
Brand Description:  A dusty blue grey crelly with red/pink flakies and yellow/green shifting shimmer

Roared Their Terrible Roars is a smooth like butter crelly that applied perfectly with no effort.  Two coats provided opacity and the flakies were evenly spread throughout the bottle.  It is shown with a glossy finish.

Since Roared Their Terrible Roars contains flakies - I had to mattify it!

Loves:  Grey polishes have always pulled me in, they are lovely for spring and winter.  The flakies pop and the little green shimmer leans the grey more blue in some light.

Wishes: This is a great book and a great cause, so my wish is that all the polishes on the sight sell out to raise money for the Epilepsy Foundation.

All products will be available February 11th - 20th on The Charity Box site.

The Charity Box

Kristi aka BeginNails
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  1. I love that blue! I'm getting into painting my nails again, and your posts have been giving me inspiration!

  2. Great cause and this is a beautiful spring shade.

  3. Oddly enough, I've never read the book (or seen the movies). But REL always done some outstanding shades - thank you for the swatch!

  4. What a gorgeous polish! I adore how the flakies look under the matte top coat!

  5. Ohh I love the blueish tint to it too! Very pretty especially for the winter!

  6. So delicate and smooth! This is a beautiful polish indeed! I can see it transitioning well into spring too.

  7. Roared is such a lovely shade. I don't have anything like it in my collection. The perfect transitional shade and it helps a good cause


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