Polish Name: Stop That Train! by China Glaze
Description: Stop That Train is a metallic red/orange shimmer.
Size: 14 mL
Brand: China Glaze
Collection: All Aboard Collection (Fall 2014)
This product contains no toluene, DBP or added formaldehyde.
About China Glaze: China Glaze creates exciting, modern colors. They use China Clay as nail hardener resulting in long-lasting wear. Their non-thickening formula allow for excellent coverage. China Glaze has been featured in dozens of publications including Elle (with Kelly Clarkson), Lucky (with Sarah Michelle Gellar) and Nylon (with Avril Lavigne).
Application Instructions: For best results first apply a base coat to clean, bare nails. Then apply 2-3 coats of colored polish (depending on its consistency and thickness). For long lasting wear finish with a top coat.
Stunning copper color it's so pretty and I think will be amazing in the fall. 123
This color is perfect for the fall. 123
This colour IS difficult to describe; it's a warm-toned orangey-red, almost rust shade - but bright, almost metalic-like, and with tons of shimmer. I's not brown nor "muddy" in any way - and though the bottle shot is reasonably true-to-colour, think "brighter" , and you've got it. Perfect for early Autumn, rich n pigment, and easy to apply. I could almost get away with one thicker coat - but two thinner ones worked much better. 123
Just bought this colour last week (at Trade Secrets), and I am wearing it right now.
It applies flawlessly; 1 coat could be enough, but I prefer 2. Not really streaky.
It is a really nice fall color. However, in my opinion, it does not look as orange-coppery as I have yet seen on the Web (or as on the photo above). It is indeed a warm shimmer red, but I see somewhat pinkish reflections in it, rather than copperish ones. It is actually really hard to desribe. I'd remove a bit of "yellow" from the photo above in order to be more color-acurate.
Anyhow, I really like it. :)
So if you are looking for a rather medium warm shimmer red, you'll absolutely love it. However, if you are looking for something more "bricky-coppery"-like, you may be a bit disappointed. 123