You guys know I love nailpolish, so I'm back with a review on China Glaze's Island Escape summer 2011 collection. The collection is filled with bright colors (4 glitter based, 2 crème based), as I'm sure you already expected... L to R: Papaya Punch: Crème based vivid orange. ·108 Degrees:...

It's like the cousin of last summer's hit China Glaze "Sun Worshiper", more demur and minus the neon glow. Blue Iguana – Sparkling (purple) iridescent turquoise jelly with pink glitter. Reminiscent of OPI spring 2011 "Austin-tatious Turquoise" but more pigmented and less green. "Senorita...

I just couldn't resist a musical reference to The Beach Boys' hit song, to announce this hot collection! Gearing up for Summer 2011, China Glaze introduces their 'Island Escape' collection, six vibrant beach-ready shades. Sold individually as well as available in a six pack, this is a...

These China Glaze Crackle Metal crackle glazes are some of the prettiest crackle topcoats I've seen; they're crackle FOILS. Crazy, sparkly, ethereal, shimmering metallic foils. Take a look! China Glaze Cracked Medallion (over Essie Super Bossa Nova). This is a light brassy-bronze foil...

Take an exotic island escape with China Glaze this summer with a tropical, shimmering rainbow of brilliant bright colors! Mix and match these hot hues to add a candy-like pop to that summer manicure and pedicure. Colors in the collection include: The China Glaze Island Escape collection will...

With a name like Island Escape, China Glaze's new nail polish collection could be about bright, tropical colors, but the sugar fiend in me can't help but see jelly beans in these bottles. The six-piece summer collection (about $5 per bottle) features a rainbow of candy colors — four...

From the left: 108 Degrees, Papaya Punch and Electric Pineapple Cha Cha Cha, Senorita Bonita and Blue Iguana Swatches from the left: 108 Degrees, Papaya Punch and Electric Pineapple (...) Read the rest of I'm Bringing Jelly Beans to My China Glaze Island Escape (105 words) Deborah...

China Glaze Eye Candy for holiday 2011 is a new collection of six glitters. Yep, glitters. Again. I feel like all I have swatched the last month are uber glittery nail polishes, and to be frank I have seen enough! That's not to say there aren't some great ones here. I am just more of a...

The one problem I have with this collection is the textured polish, There's Snow One Like You. It looks promising, but it's so incredibly thick and lumpy that I had a very hard time applying it. It's like there's too much texture. It applies clumpy and all the glitter and grit stick out at...

For once I'm not really excited about the vampy colors in a fall collection. The ones in here aren't bad, but they're not unique. I have a feeling we'll see a lot of the same ones this fall, just as we've seen them every fall. I love the rest of the colors, though, especially the glitters....

 

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