Ruby White Tips Batworld Collection – Sweet Faced Cornelius and Mr. Kitty
I have the final two polishes that I own from the Ruby White Tips Batworld collection to show you today!
The polish Sweet Faced Cornelius is named after this sweet little guy:
Cornelius, the polish, is a sheer layering jelly polish full of iridescent green shimmer, flakes/tiny shards, and holo particles. The first two photos show four coats of polish over my bare (stained!) nails.
The rest of the photos show one coat of Cornelius over black.
The polish was thick but not difficult to work with, even when I did the four coats on its own.
It also dries almost totally smooth; no extra layers of topcoat needed here.
I’m looking forward to trying this one over one of those deep green with golden flecks polishes, like China Glaze Cast a Spell; I think that will look awesome as well!
The final polish I have to share is Mr. Kitty, named after this little bat who was in turn named after the feral cat who brought him to the sanctuary! Ms. Kitty is a feral cat the Batworld staff take care of, and apparently three times so far she has brought weak or injured bats to the sanctuary door, without harming them at all herself.
Mr. Kitty the bat next to the polish! You can see just how tiny he is, about the same size as the bottle of polish!
Mr. Kitty the polish is a sheer taupe based polish with pink duochrome shimmer and tiny flakes in it. It’s kind of a chameleon and looks different in different lighting! The pink/magenta shimmer sometimes leans lavender or purple, and other times shifts more to a golden/coppery, rusty brick tone.
Ott Lite photos:
I used two thick coats over ridge filler, except on the ring finger where I used one coat over black (no ridge filler underneath, but I should have used some!).
I found the formula to be thick (it was also very hot and humid that day, so that most certainly contributed!), but didn’t have any problems until I came to the layered accent nail. I had a little trouble applying one even layer over the black, but I added a few drops of polish thinner and then it was fine.
I really like this one both on its own and over black!
Sunlight photos, which tend to show off the purple/magenta aspects:
Oh yeah, the polish also comes with this cute little bat charm attached:
In partial shade:
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