Be a rebel with Rebel Rose

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Disclosure:  This polish was provided by SinfulColors for review.

Another color from the new back to school collection Class Act from SinfulColors!  I swatched a demi-matte and a glitter topper the other day; now let’s see a beautiful shimmer.

When I saw the promo picture for all the Class Act colors, I saw three similar shades:  Fig, a repromote and one of my favorite SinfulColors polishes of all time, Hazed, a demi-matte, and Rebel Rose.

SC Back to School

So, are Fig and Rebel Rose the same?  No, but I do have a dupe alert for you.  Hang on.

Rebel Rose, which is so new that my bottle doesn’t have a number or a bar code, is a bright saturated fuchsia or pinkish-purple with a gorgeous shimmer.  It has a slight blue duochrome flash, too.  The first coat was streaky but two coats gave good coverage.  Under indirect sunlight and then with the flash:

Rebel Rose outd

Rebel Rose flash

It’s so shimmery that it looks pretty much the same under both lighting conditions.

So how close is it to SinfulColors Fig?  Not very.  Fig is much darker.  But Rebel Rose is a very near-dupe to one of my favorite Zoyas ever, Blyss.  Under indirect outdoor light you can see a slight difference…

Rebel Rose comps

…but with the flash Rebel Rose and Blyss are indistinguishable to my eye.

Rebel Rose comps flash

As always, click on any of the photos for a larger view.

Disclosure:  This polish was provided by SinfulColors for review.

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