Red and White Polish Picks

Happy Canada Day! In honour of the holiday today I decided to share my picks for some pretty red and white polishes. There are tons of red nail polishes on the market but the two red shades I’m featuring today are some of my all-time favourites.

From left to right the shades shown below are Zoya Snow White, Zoya Delilah, Essie Marshmallow, and Essie Jelly Apple.

Zoya Snow White, Zoya Delilah, Essie Marshmallow, and Essie Jelly Apple

Zoya Snow White, Zoya Delilah, Essie Marshmallow, and Essie Jelly Apple

Snow White is a great stark white that takes two to three coats for opacity. For a pure and clean white I reach for this polish.
Delilah is a sparkly medium toned red. The pretty glitter particles make this great for special occasions like Canada Day or Christmas, or for whenever you’re looking for a little something extra in your red polish.

Marshamallow is a creamy white that has a softer, milkier look than Snow White. This one is better for building on, and you can get a more translucent look with fewer layers.

Jelly Apple is a great apple red with a jelly-like finish. You can leave it semi-opaque with one or two coats, or layer it more for a bright red that will catch anyone’s attention.

Zoya Snow White, Zoya Delilah, Essie Marshmallow, and Essie Jelly Apple

Zoya Snow White, Zoya Delilah, Essie Marshmallow, and Essie Jelly Apple

All four of these are pretty polishes that are classics that you’ll use over and over, so treat yourself to a Canada Day colour and go pick one up to celebrate!

P.S. If you haven’t already entered my birthday giveaway then click on this link and enter now! The Beauty Badger’s Birthday Giveaway

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