Fall Metallics: Orly Rage

This is the last of my Fall Metallics series of posts which makes me kind of sad! I’ve really been enjoying wearing metallic nail polish this Fall. This has been one of my favorite polish trends in quite a while.

Orly Rage has been a favorite of mine since it came out in Orly’s Spring 2010 FoilFx collection. It is a gorgeous rose gold metallic (duh!). But along with being metallic it is packed with microgitter. This polish looks fabulous in any light.

Application was good. It applied evenly in just two coats.

Rage has turned out to be quite a versatile nail polish. I’ve used it in several nail art designs (my favorite being the Water for Elephants manicure!) as well as an Ashley Benson inspired manicure.

Check out the macro shot below the jump to really see the microglitter 🙂

 

 

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15 thoughts on “Fall Metallics: Orly Rage

  1. […] bits of copper/pink/red microglitter mixed in. In fact, it reminds me a lot of a long time lemming: ORLY’s Rage, with Rage being more a bit more rosy. Do you need both? No certainly not if you already have Rage, […]

  2. […] the first time I wore OPI Spark de Triomphe I knew I wanted to try it over Orly Rage. Using Spark de Triomphe on its own requires at least 3 coats and the wear time was horrible. […]

  3. […] warm skintones is Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Bronze Ablaze. My personal favorite for cool skintones is Orly Rage. A good neutral metallic is OPI Lucerne-tantly Look […]

  4. […] and middle fingers. Paint the rest of the nails a metallic gold or silver of your choice (I used Orly Rage) and that’s it! The only think you really have to be careful of is making sure the black is […]

  5. […] manicure, which I’m currently wearing, is a repeat of a manicure I did ages ago. I used Orly Rage as my base and topped it with two coats of OPI Spark de Triomphe. It’s just super sparkly and […]

  6. […] 5. Metallic: The metallic trend will not die and I am totally ok with that. Metallic polishes look even better with a tan plus I can’t get enough rose gold right now so I’ve been getting alot of use out of Orly Rage. […]

  7. […] nod to the host city, London. This is very similar to my Royal Wedding Manicure, I just used Orly Rage to add a metallic aspect since the Olympics are about winning that gold […]

  8. […] the base color of my baroque inspired manicure I used Essie Stylenomics then sponged on Orly Rage with a wet makeup sponge (for a full tutorial click here). I was kind of obsessed with this […]

  9. […] bit of bling. So instead of doing an entire pink manicure (which is totally predictable!) I used Orly Rage on my pinky and pointer nails. Otherwise, I used Ulta Snow White and OPI Strawberry Margarita for […]

  10. […] bit of bling. So instead of doing an entire pink manicure (which is totally predictable!) I used Orly Rage on my pinky and pointer nails. Otherwise, I used Ulta Snow White and OPI Strawberry Margarita for […]

  11. […] Nail polish. Obviously you can do any design you want. I used Maybelline Black Onyx, Essie No Place Like Chrome and Orly Rage. […]

  12. […] top of the wreath for some sparkle. The polishes I used are as follows: Sally Hansen Going Green, Orly Rage and wet n wild Speak When Spoken […]

  13. […] Pink, glitter and metallic: This was the first Valentine’s Day themed manicure I did this year and turned out to be one of my favorites! To create this manicure I used Rimmel Speed Dating, topped it with OPI Teenage Dream just on my thumb and added a metallic accent nail with Orly Rage. […]

  14. […] I was looking through a bunch of untried polishes on the hunt for a good neutral polish to wear with a navy dress when I ran across Sienna. In the bottle it reminded me alot of one of my all time favorite metallic polishes; Orly Rage. […]

  15. […] I’ve yet to be disappointed by a JulieG polish and I’m happy to report that Liquid Metal will not be the first! This polish was part of the 2013 additions to the JulieG line. When I saw the display at Rite Aid I was immediately drawn to Liquid Metal because it reminded me of one of my all time favorite polishes; Orly Rage. […]

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