Deborah Lippmann Razzle Dazzle – Swatch & Review

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NOTE: This post should have gone up in December (hence the Christmas Snowflake backgrounds!), I scheduled for the wrong month! Points still stand the same…

When I recently reviewed the All That Jazz Androulla’s Black Cherry On Top (mouthful – we will refer to now as ABCOT), I compared that as being the Love Child between this and this is the second time I’ve cracked this polish out recently, I just neglected to blog about it the first time around.

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The glitter is slightly more chunky than in ABCOT, and slightly brighter, but all in all you definitely wouldn’t need both in your life. This is thicker in consistency which has been the one thing which I’ve always disliked, ABCOT achieves the same density and pigmentation, but is thinner and easier to apply than Razzle Dazzle.

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I’m not someone who gravitates towards reds until this time of year. Unfortunately, I think I might get one more use out of this polish at a push, as this didn’t come out with much product on the brush, and took a lot of work to get enough for 2 coats of product.

But as someone who has only ever actually used up one polish before (other than ones I’ve had to throw because they’ve glooped up & white polishes), it’s testament as to how much I’ve liked this polish in particular, being cracked out multiple times throughout the festive season since I received it in a Glossybox back in December 2012.

What are your favourites?

 Rachael

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