And now some bottle pics of recent China Glaze collections!
China Glaze Prismatic collection. Sorry for the crappy pics. These are supposed to be kind of duo-chrome, but I don’t really see it. Maybe liquid crystal. Otherwise, nice formula, this is 3 coats with top coat. Even though they’re not all that duo-chrome, they are pretty, but the colors are very close to each other so unless you’re like me and gotta catch’em all, you won’t need all of them.
Ah, I have so much to show you, my box of un-swatched is filled to the brim (OPI spiderman, vintage minnie, color club take wing, essie bridal and neons, etc etc). And, of course, I accidentally tore of my middle nail (on my swatching hand) into a super nubbin’. Hope I will be able to swatch again soon!
Really impressed with the formulas! Seriously. They’re awesome.
I know absolutely nothing about the hunger games, and I still don’t. Well, I watched the trailer and figured out it was based on some books. So I have no clue if the colors match the theme, but I think they are weird for springtime. They would be great for autumn though. I’m impressed with the formula, is it just me or have the formulas gotten so much better lately?
The second half of china glaze electropop collection. The formula on these were alright but not great.
One half of the electropop collection. Surprisingly easy to polish with, I remember china glaze’s spring collection 2010 with a lot of pastels that could be a bit tricky to paint with, it seems that the work on polish formulas is going forward!
The first photos are with artificial light, the second with flash.
As usual, you can never capture the true essence of a glitter on photos. These are a lot more blingy IRL. All but Marry a millionare was easy to use, marry a millionare was a little bit thin. For reference, these were better than for example OPIs burlesque glitters. Like glitters? Buy these.