|Index finger: NCLA Rodeo Drive Royalty. Middle finger: Vapour Beauty Captive. Ring finger: Orly Smolder. Pinky finger: Dior Smoking Plum.|
Ever since I painted my nails with RGB Oxblood, I started noticing the color all over my apartment. More specifically, in many other nail polish bottles in various bags of untrieds all over my living room! So I pulled a few of them out and decided to do a comparison post for all of you.
As you can see, some of these aren't really so oxblood-hued once they get on the nail! But I didn't know what would happen until I tried.
NCLA Rodeo Drive Royalty is one of the ones that really doesn't look oxblood-colored at all. It's really more of a classic crimson. Really pretty, and very easy to apply, but not oxblood.
$16 at amazon.com
Vapour Beauty Captive is definitely oxblood-colored. This was my least favorite of the four, though, because it doesn't really look beautiful on the nail. It looks a little too brown for me.
$12 at amazon.com
Orly Smolder was my favorite of the four. It's a little more burgundy than oxblood, but I don't care because it's just so pretty! I love the shimmer and the fact that it looks like jewelry on the nail.
$8.50 at beauty.com
Dior Smoking Plum is much more oxblood than plum on the nail. It's creamy and completely opaque in two coats, and it's really gorgeous! The brush is just -- like all Dior polishes -- too wide and weird. I don't know why such a small bottle has such a wide brush!
What do you think of the oxblood nail polish trend? Are you going to try any of them? Let me know in the comments!