MADD – Pure Red Estee Lauder

So MADD stands for mothers against drunk driving.  The link will take you to their website.  I have a hard time posting about this now, because I know that attention to something will only draw it into my experience or give the thing more power.  So I am just going to say that my husband and I have a no tolerance policy about drinking.  If one of us is drinking the other is not.  We will not drink and drive, nor ride with people who have been.  We would rather get a cab.  It is our safety we want.  This does not mean we both don’t drink but when we are both going to we will take a cab.  That $10 ride is worth our safety.  SO back the point.  It is a good organization if you want to be involved.  So as some of the nails bloggers decided to show their support in painting their nails red, I had to join in.  This is my MADD mani!I must say that I love this color and brand.  This was the first time I have ever used an Estee Lauder polish and it was wonderful.   This was one coat!  It applied smooth and easily.  It is a creme and coverage as you can tell is amazing!   But this was one coat that dried moderately fast and then I put a top coat on it.  Brush was easy to use and polish applied great.  I will be getting more since this was such a dream to work with.  I have one other color that will probably be being used soon…. I do have one issue with it though…

the bottle was hard to hold to take a pic with :p

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  1. What a classic red shade this one is! I love it on you.

  2. I had Estee Lauder polish as a kid, believe it or not, because my grandmother would get those ‘free gifts with purchase’ and she’d let my sister and me pick through and take what we wanted. Thanks to her, when all the other 7th graders had Wet n Wild makeup (and this was before WnW was awesome like it is now) I had Clinique and EL. Even then I appreciated how nicely their polish applies. Sadly the bottles used to be bigger. Or maybe my hands were smaller. 🙂
    I’m with you on the drinking and driving, since as a 911 dispatcher I see the fallout. We sit and watch them on the security cameras come out of the courtroom after the mandatory victims panel MADD does, that convicted DUIs have to sit through, and believe me, it makes an impression.


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