Sorry I've not blogged for a while. I have been very busy this month trying to get myself sorted for a course next year. I've done tests and now need to sort a placement so I can do the course... it has been very hectic! And it doesn't seem like it will stop soon so I will blog when I've got time, honest :)
Anyway, the next polish I have purchased this week was Rimmel Metal Rush in 'Gold Save the Queen'. As you know, I have already reviewed 'Pearly Queen' from the same collection and did not get this until Thursday. Out of all four bottles of this collection, I would have placed this as my least favourite and would not have paid full price for this. However, I found this little gem in a reduced price make-up shop in a place called 'Springfields' in Spalding, Lincolnshire. And what were they selling this for? 99p! I could not believe it. They are still selling this for £3.99 in Boots and Superdrug. So that is why I could not resist buying this.
Rimmel Metal Rush 'Gold Save the Queen'
This polish is a duo-chrome polish which has a base colour of gold. Other hues it contains is green, copper and even purple. The formula is smooth and easy to apply and the brush is short and fat for ease of application. This polish only needs two layers for it to be fully opaque although I am wearing three coats in the picture.
This nail polish really is more beautiful than I thought it would be. All the tones compliment each other perfectly. The benefit of this colour out of the whole collection is that it can be worn by all ages. For 99p, I might even buy another one so I don't miss it when I run out!
What do you think? Do you like 'Gold Save the Queen'?