Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer Review, Photos, Swatches

Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer ($18.00 for 0.4 fl. oz.) is described as the color of the satiny slippers of a prima ballerina. It is a soft, muted pale pink–it’s not a milky pink nor is it pastel. I would say it’s more like a soft pink with a gray overcast. Plie has a cream finish and applies beautifully.

my thoughts on the formula: These are richly pigmented lacquers that have nuances in both the color and finishes. Each color is well-thought out, and I’ve yet to come across a poor performer in the brand’s color range. I needed two coats for opaque coverage.

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  • Product: 30/30
  • Value: 7/10
  • Ease of Use: 4/5
  • Packaging: 4/5

final thoughts: This is a shade of pink that’s infinitely flattering and wearable. It’s delicate without being sheer, pink without being obvious.

where to buy: Rescue Beauty Lounge

Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Plie Nail Lacquer

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Christine Mielke is the editor-in-chief and has been reviewing products for over 14 years.

She has normal-to-dry skin with occasional dryness on cheeks and nose. She has a light plus skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones (view her foundation matches here).

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I agree with you, Marcela. Maybe some people can pull it off and make it look fresh, but my first impression was that it’s a granny polish. But granny chic is in. Not my style.

The colors that my grandma wears are dusty rose, golds, bright red and fuschia… I guess red and fuschia are considered “granny” too by that definition. Though, I’ve seen many “granny” saleswomen at the mall wear bright teal, emerald green, silver, pale nudes, browns, and black… Wow, there’s a lot of granny colors out there!

Are there any stores that carry this? I would love to buy it if only I could possibly see it first… and also, the shippping charges to Canada are $18.50, which is more than the polish itself…

Wow, what a beautiful, sophisticated take on pale pink… Wish this were easier to get locally! Sometimes pinks aren’t flattering on me, and I’d love to be able to see this in person before purchasing. I might just do it, though, I love grown-up takes on light pink!

I adore this polish! It is hard to find, but if you order from Beautysak.com, you can sometimes find a 20% coupon to use (which is handy, because RBL polishes are frickin’ spendy…$18 a bottle). The wear on this polish is really good, particularly if you have a professional do your manicure. I’ve had it last 8 days with only minor tip wear on a pretty regular basis. If I do it myself, it’s about 4-5 days. It’s also super easy to apply…no streaking.

I just bought “Topless and Barefoot” by Essie. On me at least, it’s a nudey-pale-beigeish-pink that’s quite similar, opaque, and a cream, no shimmer.

I bought this one tonight as my first RBL ever. I am looking forward to test out if the formula is as great as everybody says πŸ™‚

From the swatches I’ve seen, I think maybe a couple of Mavala colors (Sweet, for example) might be quite close?

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