Here are the last six swatches from the China Glaze Let It Snow Collection: Holly-Day Holly-Day is a nice evergreen or hunter green cream. Perfect for those who don't want much shimmer in their manicures. I like it but I think I may already have dupes of this shade in my...

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 have seen China Glaze do something similar with their 3-D collection. It also reminds me of those New Year's Eve plastic hats people used to wear in the late 80's. Price: $5-8 Rating: A Disclaimer: This product was sent to the author for review by the manufacturer/PR. All reviews on...

China Glaze Crackle Glaze Collection includes the six different fun Crackle colors. Shades are: Black Mesh (black crackle) Lightening Bolt (white crackle) Broken Hearted (pink crackle) Cracked Concrete (grey crackle) Crushed Candy (teal crackle) Fault Line (purple crackle) This entry was...

The China Glaze Rebel Fall 2016 Collection features so many beautiful shades I couldn't help but pick up 9 of the 12 recently! And yes, I am buying China Glaze again after a 3+ year hiatus. I'm over it and have moved on. As far as the formula goes, most of these are really good and I only...

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...

Nail polish can be expensive, so imagine what we thought when we heard about China Glaze's new Tranzitions collection, which technically speaking offers two polishes for the price of one. Here is how it works: Each polish bottle features a single color, such as Split Perso-NAIL-ity, a dusty...

Wrapping up China Glaze's 'Let It Snow' Collection, this second half of my review (the first six were previously reviewed here) brings you the remaining six holiday-inspired lacquers, made all the more fresh with an unexpected, yet edgy vibe. Once more, there are finishes to satisfy all...

Final thoughts: I have yet to be disappointed with anything China Glaze produces, and these first six lacquers of the 'Let It Snow' Collection are no exception. While these shades lend themselves so perfectly to the holiday season, they are nonetheless colours that will transcend the...

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...

 

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