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Monday, June 8, 2015

Madam Glam - Found the One


     Good Monday Morning to you! I hope everyone had a fantastic weekend. Today I am rounding up my trio of posts featuring Madam Glam polishes. I saved my favorite one for last, Found the One. 

Photo taken in incandescent lighting

     Found the one is a dark vampy red polish with a jelly finish. Application was good, with the first coat applying a little uneven. Everything smoothed out after 2 and dried to a super glossy finish.

Photo taken in natural light

     While not a traditional red I still think Found the One gives my nails a classic look. And I love how the red color comes out in the sunshine. 

Photo taken in incandescent lighting

Photo taken in natural light
     I tried out a little nail art and am pretty happy with the results. I just wish the studs I used matched the gold polish a little better. 


     For the stamping I used Messy Mansion plate MM18 and Essie Good as Gold.  The studs I picked up from Dollar Nail Art. Which if you haven't checked that site out I highly recommend that you do. You'll find a ton of nail art supplies, very reasonably priced. The only downfall is that there is a minimum purchase of $25. 

     If you're thinking about picking this polish up for yourself follow this link  http://madamglam.com/?utm_source=yt-lust 
and used code YT30 for 30% off your entire order.  Don't forget to check out my previous posts
featuring Disco Ball, Ibiza and Paradise Fiesta. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Polishing! 

44 comments :

  1. Lovely color. Gives me that vampy red vibe!

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  2. Ooomph! This is gorgeous on you, and the addition of the studs and stamping totally gives it a rich look!

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  3. What a beautiful shade! I just love vampy red polishes!

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  4. Lovely shade and the nail art looks great on top of it.

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  5. I always love these type of polishes, and this one looks so juicy. Gorgeous!

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  6. I love a good vampy jelly polish!

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  7. I firmly believe that you can never have enough vampy reds! This one is just gorgeous, and I love the nail art!

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  8. I love love LOVE the brown undertones in this polish! Those don't look the best on me, but I appreciate it when they look fab on other people, and it looks so good on you!!

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  9. Color Me So CrazyJune 8, 2015 at 6:56 PM

    The bottle looks awesome and I loooove a good vampy polish especially one that looks so squishy! I love the decorations you used to spice it up even more!

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  10. Cosmetic SanctuaryJune 8, 2015 at 10:09 PM

    Love vampy shades like this! So pretty!

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  11. I love the nail art that you did! Red and gold is such a great color combination!

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  12. Naked Without PolishJune 9, 2015 at 8:24 AM

    Oxbloods are fantastic and this is wonderfully vampy!

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  13. The shade itself is beautiful, super classy and chic! But the nail art? Absolutely gorgeous, and super sexy!

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  14. Gorgeous shade! I cannot have enough reds in my collection and this one is especially lush.

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  15. I love jellies although I must say I prefer brighter shades when it comes to reds. The combo with gold rocks though!

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  16. Gorgeous vampy red!!!

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  17. This looks so great together with the gold studs!

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  18. Exactly! It's such a pretty shade.

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  19. Awe thank you! I was a little worried when I first got it because it looked so brown in the bottle, but boy is it gorgeous on the nail.

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  20. Thanks you. I used to be afraid of dark vampy polishes because i thought they would make my nails look shorter, but now I love them.

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  21. Now I just need to find the perfect true red and I'm all set. =)

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  22. Awe thanks! I never would have worn a color like this 2 years ago because I thought it made my nails look short. Boy was I missing out!

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  23. Awe thank you. When I first got the bottle it looked very brown and I was a little worried that I'd gotten a strange rust color. Thankfully it was just the lighting or something.

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  24. Thank you. Yes this one looks very squishy and it's just gorgeous. I really want to wear it again, but I feel like I should give some brighter colors some love for the summer.

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  25. That's exactly what I thought, and thankfully it doesnt look Christmassy.

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  26. I'm so glad I was able to try this one, its just gorgeous and I love it!

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  27. Aw thanks =) I'm going to try this look again, but with different studs but I need to give some neon polishes a little love first. haha

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  28. I think a red nail is just timeless and classic. I love the look of it. Sadly most of my reds sit in the helmer unloved. I'm going to need to change that.

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  29. I think a true classic red is just timeless and looks great. 2 years ago I wouldn't be caught dead wearing a dark vampy shade like this. I thought it would make my nails looks short and stubby. I'm really glad I gave this color a shot because I loved how it looks and my nails didn't seem short or stubby at all. =)

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  30. This color looks fabulous on you! I love the design with the studs and stamping too!

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  31. Thanks Lisa. I absolutely loved wearing this. =)

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  32. We are so glad you liked it! :) Thanks for the post

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  33. PhD in Nail PolishJune 11, 2015 at 9:28 PM

    That brand has such an interesting bottle. Does it have a long brush? I love the gold studs with the vampy red.

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  34. Id say the brush was pretty average. I didn't notice that it seemed longer than your typical brush when using it. I did compare it to a few other crushes quick and it's pretty close to the same size as a Julep brush and 1/4 inch shorter than China Glaze if that helps.

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