Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Xtreme Wear in Pumpkin Spice. This is the polish all by itself, four coats. It is very sheer, good for layering, but looks just fine by itself. It's a shiny pumpkin orange glitter suspended in a murky green-grey base. It's sort of similar to China Glaze...

Today I went to Sally's and got two China Glaze nail polishes. One is Pom Pom (I'll review that one later or tomorrow) and Silver Lining. I have got to say that Silver Lining is gorgeous!!! I have not purchased any China Glaze nail polishes in a long time! This is perfect as a top coat over...

China Glaze Eye Candy 3-D Glitter collection. Here are some swatches and my thoughts on this. Material Girl Material Girl Material Girl is so pretty and one of my favorites from this collection. It's filled with pink micro-glitter with bigger silver and even bigger pink hex glitters....

This Look: One coat of Sally Hansen Hard As Wraps Acrylic Gel (base coat), two coats of Techno Teal (beware of drag during application); thin coats are recommended, and one coat of Sally Hansen Mega Shine (topcoat needed - these dry down dull). Price Point/Availability: The Tronica collecion...

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...

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See review video below and all my swatches of the China Glaze City Flourish Collection after the jump: (Media sample was provided by PR for consideration. All opinions are mine.) China Glaze At Vase Value China Glaze Don't Honk Your Thorn China Glaze Grass is Lime Greener China...

China Glaze Break the Ice over China Glaze Better Not Pout China Glaze Break the Ice is a clear base with holographic shards of glitter. This is a GORGEOUS glitter topper. I don't usually like shards of glitter, but the holographic finish really made me a fan. All in all, I am loving...

Left to right: Sally Hansen Magical Nail Makeup in Crystal Ball China Glaze Sexagon China Glaze OMG Layla Mercury Twilight I think these are really good. I'm not disappointed. The formula is better than I expected it to be and the colors are nice. Not all of them are unique, but...

Some of these are dupes of the China Glaze Eye Candy glitters, but if you don't already have those, these are definitely worth a look. They're actually more expensive at $6-$8 per bottle retail than ordering the China Glaze Eye Candy polishes online ($3.50-$4), but, being drugstore polishes,...

 

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