Chanel in Vamp
Chanel.com Created in 1994, Chanel ‘s Vamp was a best seller for the high-end brand. If you could afford the goodly price tag, the dark red polish was arrant for a Buffy-inspired count that was every snatch dirt as it was glam.
Essie in Ballet Slippers
JenPolishAholic/Flickr Ballet slippers are the beginning thing that come to mind when you look at this pretty pink polish that is fit for a Queen. According to Essie ‘s web site, Ballet Slippers is a favorite of Queen Elizabeth and is, in fact, the alone imbue Her Majesty will wear.
Essie in Wicked
A alike bloodlike shade as Chanel ‘s Vamp, but with a cheaper price tag, Essie ‘s Wicked is Ballet Slippers ‘ arch little sister.
Hard Candy in Sky
Hardcandy.com Alicia Silvertone made this lovely inner light amobarbital sodium shade popular, when she gave it a abuse out on The Late Show With David Letterman. And if the complete polish was n’t already everything, you got a absolve ring with the bottle. grudge !
Hard Candy in Mint
Hardcandy.com If Pepto Bismol had a bright green cousin, it would credibly have been Hard Candy ‘s Mint. But that did n’t stop ’90s girls from loving this pastel greens polish.
Urban Decay in Dude
thescholarlynail.blogspot.com Like Hard Candy, Urban Decay break on to the scene with their edgy shades in the late ’90s. Dude was their aglitter park shade that probably would have been all the rage with the Munchkins in Emerald City.
Wet ‘N Wild in Denim Chrome
deez-nailz.blogspot.com Wet ‘N Wild was a drugstore staple in the ’90s, letting girls experiment with color without spending a luck. Denim Chrome was their deep iridescent sapphire shade that made a bluff statement without going excessively Goth .