Saturday, March 26, 2011

This Color Needs A Name

If you follow me on Twitter or Facebook, you have already seen this new color. If you don't follow me at those locations, you're missing out! So come join the party and follow me. :)

In the meantime, I just approved a fifth color for the next collection. Like I said, the more I sell, the more colors I will make, so we have now sold enough to add a fifth color! YAY! Hopefully it doesn't turn into the 4th color, since the 4th color has yet to be finalized. UGH! Fingers crossed that it isn't just 4 colors!

But after working with the lab for a coral glitter, I finally have it! I think I say this with every color - but this one is my favorite! HA! The down side is that this color has no name yet! I need to come up with one fast! It is a true coral jelly polish with intense amounts of gold and coral glitter that flash in the sun like nobody's business. It is buildable to wear alone or it can be used over another color. Here is a sneak peak:

The finger on the left has two coats and the one on the right has three coats

From left to right: two coats, three coats, 1 coat over Devious Nature & 1 coat over black polish


Top to bottom: 2 coats, 3 coats, 1 coat over Devious Nature and 1 coat over black

Left to Right: 1 coat over black, 1 coat over Devious Nature, 3 coats and 2 coats
Now how about two bonus random pics
Shell on the beach


Beach at night

So now that you saw the polish with no name - what do you think? Any name ideas?

31 comments:

  1. Orange Death Ray a la: http://www.muirskate.com/longboard/wheels/3601/72mm-Cult-Death-Ray-%28Orange%29-Longboard-Wheels.html

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  2. It reminds me of curry powder... or salsa... No, crushed red pepper! Maybe I'm hungry! LOL!

    Anyway, it's absolutely STUNNING!!!

    Names... Crushed Red Pepper. :) Probably too simple but, the moe I look at it, the more it seems like it fits - especially since it layers so beautifully over other colors as well as being great alone in just 2-3 coats! Amazing!!!

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  3. it's really beautiful! How about Coral Dust? hah good luck with the name

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  4. Scandalous
    Stunner
    Fierce
    Ferocious

    I just love it <3 Gorgeous!

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  5. Oh wow, that's gorgeous!

    How about Fiery Sunburst or Solar Flare?

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  6. Hmm well the color actually gets me thinking of those crabs that migrate over Christmas Island every year :D So after some googling I found their binomial name is Gecarcoidea natalis... So i am on Natalis or something like it :D

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  7. It is a gorgeous color. I love it layered over the black.

    First thing I thought when I saw it was: Fire Starter

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  8. Fire Woman

    From The Cult ~"yeah Shake, shake, shake, shake it, yeah Wound up, can't sleep, can't do anything...

    :B
    ~Tiffani

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  9. Great color makes me think of tropical things and summer.

    Tropical Sunset
    Summer Glitz
    Blazing Coral

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  10. hm pretty but aren't it too chunky?:)

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  11. Oooh, how about Tropical One-Two Punch!

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  12. It reminds me of fire, so:
    (The)Fire Within
    Hot Stuff
    Hot Tamale
    Burning Embers
    Light My Fire
    Eternal Flame...

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  13. I get a tropical drink vibe from this one, almost like it's a drink rimmed with sugar:

    Punchy
    Mango Margarita
    Sex on the Beach


    I like the suggestions above of "Glam Jam Thank you Mam!" And 'One-Two Punch". But I echo the thoughts of the above poster about it looking too chunky. But it is gorgeous regardless!

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  14. This is such a gorgeous color!

    Hhmm names.... Coral Burst or Hot Lava or Lava Burst? I couldn't think of anything else. Good luck! :)

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  15. There is a beautiful type of coral called Sun Coral which comes in different shades of coral, orange, gold & pink - the flashes of colour in this polish really remind me of the colours in those corals:

    http://joejaworski.files.wordpress.com/2007/09/sun.jpg

    http://www.diverosa.com/Puerto%20Galera/FPG-26%20Orange%20sun%20coral,%20Tubastrea%20faulkneri.html

    So my suggestion is simply 'Sun Coral'.

    Veronica

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  16. So many good names! It instantly made me think of a anemone, so I looked it up: Sea Anemone is very closely related to coral; neither has a skeleton. They are found everywhere in the oceans, at all depths, but there are a lot in the coastal waters. They have different colors: reds, pinks, and yellows, and resemble flowers when feeding and their many extensions, called tentacles, are fully open. They vary in sizes too! Some might be small in size and the others might be tall in size. The ones that live in the Great Barrier off the coast of Australia may reach three feet in diameter at the expanded oral end.

    Pretty frickin' cool, no matter what the name!!!

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  17. peripatetic33
    peripatetic33 at hot mail dot com
    melonzest

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  18. Lol my vote goes to coral me when you're sober!

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  19. You said it has glitter that flashes in the sun like nobody's business. So my first thought was, why not call it "Nobody's Business"? :)

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  20. It would have been a great challenge to create this polish & very satisfying to achieve the desired result, not to mention that this applies to your business in general....hence name suggestions that reflect this:

    'No Mean Feat'
    'Success Story'
    'Passion & Drive'
    'Achieve Your Vision'
    'Try and Try Again'
    'Can't Hold Me Down'

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  21. I'm for Amber's comment on Solar Flare! I instantly thought of the photos and videos of solar flares or sunspots when I read her name. :)

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  22. I have some suggestions:
    Coral reef
    Or Mother of pearl

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  23. Tequila Sunrise

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  24. Scarlet and Gold, of course!! OO-RAH!
    Love this color combo. I know this will be as fabulous as your other four!! I cant wait for it to be ready to be released!

    You rock, Maria!

    Semper Fi

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