Last week, I told you guys about China Glaze new Avant Garden Spring 2013 Collection! This week, I'm back with the swatches. I tried all 12 colors to see what they actually look like on my nails! Whew, that was a lot of work! You try painting your nails 12 times in one day...hahahaha! But, I...

Why can't it be March 23 already so the movie would be out? In the meantime, I'm contenting myself with rereading the series over and over (and yes, I know that's redundant) and painting my nails with the 12 gorgeous colors from the China Glaze Colours from the Capitol Collection. This week,...

And that's not counting the 200+ bottles I've already tried, approved and put into my color-coded bins for safekeeping! I mention this because my influx of nail polishes has meant that, as much as I've been wanting to paint my nails with the gorgeousness that is China Glaze Emerald Sparkle...

If you're impatient, you might prefer China Glaze's formula to Chanel's, so that's something else to consider (in addition to the difference in price). Sea Spray packs more pigment than Riva and takes just two coats to achieve full opacity; Chanel's requires at least three to four (I used...

The newest trend in nail art is the "shattered" look so nail polish brand, China Glaze jumps on this hot trend and introduces a six-piece Crackle Glaze collection. So, here's the "how-to" on how it works: First, you paint your nails with any color nail polish you have lieing around. Next,...

China Glaze Nail Lacquer ElectroPop Spring 2012 Collection China Glaze Aquadelic China Glaze Aquadelic with For Audrey shown in the center China Glaze Dance Baby China Glaze Electric Beat China Glaze Electric Beat with Secret Periwinkle shown in the center China Glaze Fuchsia...

This is 'Tinsel' by China Glaze. I am not sure how many coats I went with in the end as I lost count. I found it took a few to cover and then a few more to even it out. It was very sheer. I think another time I might use silver under it so I don't need as many coats. It is very pretty and...

)Read Ahoy, matey! The new China Glaze Anchors Away Collection for spring 2011 just docked onto my doorstep, so I thought you'd want to see some swatches. From left: Pelican Gray, First Mate and Lighthouse Knotty, Life Preserver and Ahoy! Starboard, White Cap and Sunset Sail Below...

I did a few different things using China Glaze For Audrey as the base. For some reason I'm really into this shade right now. Actually, I'm always into this shade, it's one of my very favorites ever. But the color isn't just a pretty Tiffany blue, it's also kind of winter-y and holiday-ish...

For Audrey, Nova, Blonde Bombshell China Glaze For Audrey and Blonde Bombshell For this I painted on two coats of For Audrey and let it dry for a few minutes. Then I painted the very tips with a coat of Blonde Bombshell. I let that dry for a few minutes. Then went back in and did a...

 

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