Why, you ask? China Glaze has just unveiled its spring 2012 collection, the Electropop collection, and it certainly lives up to its name. The collection features 12 different shades: Techno, a silver glitter; Aquadelic, a creamy turquoise; Sunshine Pop, a shimmery yellow; Gaga for Green, a...

Following the same trend from last year (which I loved), China Glaze is launching a 12-piece limited edition for the holiday season. Let me just say that the formulas of all of the colors are great and nothing less than was you would expect from China Glaze; smooth, pigmented, and of a great...

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.

Here are some swatches of the China Glaze Winter 2011 or the Let It Snow collection. It features twelve shades with an mixture of glitters, foils and other finishes. Here are the first six: Champagne Bubbles Champagne Bubbles is a nice gold foil with some gold shimmer, and a little silver...

Just in time for Halloween, China Glaze has the Haunting Collection, which features Crimson, Haunting, It's Alive, Near Dark, Ghoulish Glow (which glows-in-the-dark), and Black Mesh. For the holidays, we'll see a collection called Let It Snow. China Glaze has several polish sets that also...

I have to say that although China Glaze Tronicas are not the same formula as OMG's they are awesome in a totally different way and I love it... I own all but two of the OMG collection and was used to "seeing the rainbow" in my nails and in the bottle, but Tronica is in a class of its own,...

Let It Snow is the new holiday 2011 collection from China Glaze. It features twelve shimmery, glittery festive colors. I was going to break this post down into two parts, but decided to just do them all at once since I know you have been asking about them. It's a great collection with some...

I have a weakness for the Fall collections, and China Glaze's latest offering, the 'Metro' Collection, seamlessly melds the cooler autumnal vibe with the hot trends of today. Broken down into two subsets, first up are the six "Uptown" shades: 'Brownstone' – a rich russet crème, 'CG In The...

**UPDATE – Yesterday on China Glaze's blog , they posted the names of the colours for the Tronica Collection with a brief description of each: Techno Teal – turquoise holographic Virtual Violet – violet holographic Electra Magenta – magenta holographic Gamer Glam – purple holographic High...

China Glaze Son of a Nut Cracker China Glaze Son of a Nut Cracker is a beautiful coral-orange shimmer. It has a silver sheen to it that almost looks frosty, but it's beautiful and vibrant. China Glaze Bring On the Bubbly over China Glaze Son of a Nut Cracker China Glaze Bring On the...

 

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