there are so many possibilities! Feel free to visit China Glaze's website to see some other layering combinations. Stay tuned for my second part, where I will review the last three shades of this fabulous collection. *Disclaimer: product samples were provided by the company/PR for my...

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The soft dove grey of the base shade, lends a more delicate and feminine touch to the crackle glaze on top, thus rendering it at once more wearable and fresh. To achieve a new twist on a tone-on-tone look, I layered ‘Broken Hearted' over China Glaze's ‘Ahoy!' (reviewed here ), once more...

I have heard that this is supposed to be a resurrected shade for another China Glaze hue, ‘Channelesque', however not having that polish nor having seen it, I cannot comment. Most companies have recently put out a shade similar to this, but once again, the China Glaze formula is stellar and I...

Here is Part 1 of the much-anticipated China Glaze Electropop collection swatches. I prefer to swatch under natural light, and you know how scarce daylight is during winter (yes, even in the sunny southwest), so I will be posting the next batch in a few days. So excited to wear these for...

Average gray lacquers tend to look a little dirty at times; China Glaze delivers clean, polished, lustrous. Wear it on toes with all your new punchy-bright sandals for contrast, and wear it on the hottest days to give your tips a dosage of cool. On Amazon for $4.01-$5.83.

me of an old China Glaze color. Trying to remember the name. Was it Barefoot In The Park? I know it was from that collection. The ones that came with little nail decals on the neck of the bottle. Anyway, I'm digging the way this looks with the teal side of Ozotic 505! China Glaze Oxidized...

I picked up my new color "For Audrey" by China Glaze the other day when I wandered into a random beauty supply to celebrate my trip to the DMV to get a NY ID card. The guy in the beauty supply talked for like 20mins about how Essie sucks and OPI is boring, China Glaze is the future or so he...

5/5 PACKAGING : 4/5 OVERALL: A China Glaze Nail Lacquer: Brownstone, CG in the City, City Siren China Glaze Nail Lacquer: Brownstone, CG in the City, City Siren China Glaze Nail Lacquer: Brownstone, CG in the City, City Siren China Glaze Nail Lacquer: Street Chic, Traffic Jam, Urban

China Glaze Carpe Diem China Glaze Carpe Diem is a super light lilac that is almost white. This is amazing as a base for glitter toppers and nail art too. This also dries to a matte finish. China Glaze Rich & Famous China Glaze Rich & Famous China Glaze Rich & Famous is a pretty...

 

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