My base color is China Glaze in Digital Dawn from the Tronica collection. It's a nice burnt orange holo, very pretty. I used Konad special polish in Black, which was probably a mistake. I didn't like the overall nail look because the image was too dark. It would have been nice if I didn't use...

I applied one of my new China Glaze Crackle polishes over it, Fault Line, a bright orchid purple. Crackle is the new fad for 2011- the equivalent of the 2009 matte polish. I like Crackle/Shatter a lot better than mattes, honestly. What do you think? Is Crackle a yay or a nay?

Overall, I love these Crackle nail polishes! That made it up for not purchasing Black Shatter from OPI and I think I heard that they are bring it back and is doing the Blue Shatter nail polish. I will definitely get Cracked Concrete, Lightning Bolt and Crushed Candy when I go back to Ulta in...

It is from the much-coveted OMG collection of China Glaze. I snagged a number of OMGs from 2009, but I found this particular one at my neighborhood nail supply store a few weeks ago, and it's amazing that it was still available as the price for this is quite steep on eBay. Say no to those...

Thank you to everyone who joined the China Glaze Crackle Nail Polish Giveaway for Followers . Finally, we have a winner! All entries are in, and a winner was randomly chosen via Contest Machine to win the China Glaze Crackle nail polish set pictured above. Here goes! (*Drumroll*) (Winner...

six new Crackle Glaze polishes to create a worn-in, desconstructed look for fingers and toes. How it works: first, apply a coat of nail polish (shimmer, cream, matte, whateva!), and wait for it to dry. Then, add a layer or two of one of the China Glaze Crackle colors. In about five minutes,...

As I had mentioned in a previous post, I was amazed to find an OMG collection from China Glaze tucked along with some really dusty collections on a top shelf in a beauty supply store, languishing all alone as it was the last one available. It was waiting for me all this time!! And I paid...

After that, choose any of the six crackle glaze nail polishes and polish your nail. Make sure your first layer is dry before applying China Glaze crackle polish. With China Glaze crackle nail polishes, you can play with a wide array of color combinations. So, get ready to create many...

, nail-shaped stick-ons are supposedly made of real polish and behave just like the real thing, except that they're easier to apply. Simply press onto clean nails and file away the excess--no waiting required. I had a chance to try appliques recently when Nail Polish Canada sent me their...

But there you go, miracles happen, heavens part, angels sing yadda yadda so shut the hell up and enjoy the review and if the fates align properly you will see a review from Elvira next week! China Glaze Real Nail Polish Appliques - $11 - come in 12 designs and promise to be easy to apply -...

 

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