Miss Loubi Nail Polish by Christian Louboutin

Miss Loubi Nail Polish by Christian Louboutin is part of “The Pops” fimily of 10 vibrant, bright and cheerful nail colors designed by Christian Louboutin. Featuring a silver metallic pointy cap that resemble the shape of classy Louboutin stiletto heel, the bottle houses 0.4 oz of beautiful nail color. In fact all 10 shades of “The Pop” family have the same silver metallic caps that distinguish them from “The Nudes” (beige metallic caps) or “The Noirs” (black metallic caps). When I ordered the nail polish online, I liked the shade Miss Loubi, but I did not expect it to be so much more beautiful in person. Trully, the pictures don’t do the justice. The shade is a creamy coral red, so balanced and elegant looking.

Miss Loubi Nail Polish by Christian Louboutin

The bottle was designed to make applying nail color a special and luxurious experience for every woman. And this is so true. If you ask me, do I really need that Louboutin nail polish? I could as well use Essie or Sally Hansen for the fraction of the price that I paid for my Louboutin nail polish. And here’s my thinking on the subject. You are absolutely right, you don’t need a Louboutin nail polish, in the same way you don’t need Louboutin shoes. You can as well do fine with any black patent classy looking pumps, which (if you are lucky enough) might even have red outsoles that resemble those of Louboutin’s. However, if you understand the difference between any classy pump and Louboutin pumps then this nail polish is definitely for you. When we talk designers, the conversation goes beyond simple practicality. It is most importantly about how you feel wearing these shoes and applying this nail color. Nothing else to be added.

Miss Loubi Nail Polish by Christian Louboutin

Miss Loubi Nail Polish by Christian Louboutin

Miss Loubi Nail Polish by Christian Louboutin

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