Fall Metallics: Orly Rage

This is the last of my Fall Metallics series of posts which makes me kind of sad! I’ve really been enjoying wearing metallic nail polish this Fall. This has been one of my favorite polish trends in quite a while.

Orly Rage has been a favorite of mine since it came out in Orly’s Spring 2010 FoilFx collection. It is a gorgeous rose gold metallic (duh!). But along with being metallic it is packed with microgitter. This polish looks fabulous in any light.

Application was good. It applied evenly in just two coats.

Rage has turned out to be quite a versatile nail polish. I’ve used it in several nail art designs (my favorite being the Water for Elephants manicure!) as well as an Ashley Benson inspired manicure.

Check out the macro shot below the jump to really see the microglitter 🙂

 

 

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