pic: direct lamp light Well, this quick and dirty mani was inspired by China Glaze's Moody Blue, the "Chanel Riva dupe" mentioned on Lacquerized . I found Moody Blue yesterday while nail polish shopping with a fellow MUAer "faerieberry" . Color Description: This color has been described as a...

time for an adventure on the high seas this spring with the China Glaze Anchors Away Collection. The 12 limited-edition colors, a mix of nautical-inspired pastels and rainbow brights in shimmer and matte finishes, docks at beauty supply stores and salons soon. The China Glaze Anchors Away...

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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...

First up we have OPI's Lucerne-Tainly Look Marvelous (LTLM) versus China Glaze's Jitterbug; the formula on both seemed similar, with both of them flowing easily, no visible brush strokes and a beautiful foil finish. The biggest differences are in the tonal qualities; Jitterbug has a blueish...

I plan to get this addiction rubbed off on everyone! :D DISCLOSURE: The polish featured in this post was provided to Polishology by China Glaze for review purposes. This is an honest and independent review and was in no way influenced by the company.

:L For stamping I picked China Glaze Admire from spring Romantique Collection back in 2009, which was also in my swap package with Lynsey. Thank you again, I'm so happy I've them all! :h I wanted Admire and Harmony mostly because I read that they're great for stamping. And working with Admire...

Of these, though I've never worn OPI ABB, she's the winner of the bunch and China Glaze's Ahoy! is coming in at a close second. Price Point: These will hit retailers in the Spring and will be going for about $6.00 each. Definitely worth the money if you don't have any of the ones...

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...

Hope is amongst us! China Glaze introduces "TIS THE SEASON TO BE NAUGHTY AND NICE" perfect. China Glaze created 16 festive colors just in time for the holidays keep your nails and toes looking cheery! China Glaze Holiday collection includes shimmers, crèmes, and glitters. Ring in the...

 

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