Love this color
China Glaze seems to be a reallly good nail polish. I only have 1 bottle, but the texture gives really good covering, you only need like 1 or 2 layers and the color looks awesome. They have a lot of pretty colors and their orange/yellow shades seem to be really good without being nasty. I tried other colors for my toes at the salon, and they look pretty!
I love China Glaze. It goes on smooth and always looks great! I really like how they came out with the Ombré kits! It doubled my China Glaze collection. (:
Love These Polishes.. but only some of the time
I'm going to review them shade by shade since I have a lot of different ones:
181 Caribbean Temptation: I'm not really into shimmery nail polishes, but this one has a really cool dark purplish blue undertone to it. I don't think I would wear it at this point right now on my nails though.
182 Ruby Pumps: I absolutely love this sparkly red color. it is great for the holidays around Christmas.
202 Innocence: This light pink color is great for french nails or if you want to do designs on top.
544 Liquid Leather: Just a dark solid black. Goes on in about 2 coats, I used it all the time even for smaller designs with a tiny brush. Only bad thing is that it sometime runs after you place the top coat on the small designs.
625 For Audrey: very pretty darker sky blue. Can be streaky, but i think this is because i had bought this one at sallys. (something i noticed- when i buy these polishes from sallys, they're a little more watery or old. must be why they are so cheap, but sometimes the polishes are fine)
867 Re-fresh Mint: this color is a very very light mint/turquoise color. i like the color more in the bottle then i do on my nails. i think this might only be because i havent found the right colors to pair it with.
870 Happy Go Lucky: a very bright yellow, i wish it was just a little lighter and brighter. it sometimes can come out way too yellowy. sometimes stains nails if you do not use a base coat.
873 Flip Flop Fantasy: I am in love with this color and can never find anything like it. If you keep your hands in the sun a lot or go tanning in a tanning bed the color actually turns to a lighter version of this color. i know its kind of weird or gross, but the color is pretty faded too. definitely recommend this color for spring and summer.
934 Swing Baby: a very pretty metal-ly color. Kind of has a bronze/brown tint to it. very hard to match, but looks great with black in the winter time.
960 Papaya Punch: love this for summer, the name is so cute too. I only wish it was a little bit lighter of an orange.
1008 Purple Panic (neon): a neon pinkish purple. very very bright and daring.
1015 Celtic Sun: definitely as neon as it gets. such a great color, but as i said about one of the colors before, i bought this one as sallys and its extremely streaky and hard to get the solid color.
1063 Ultamate Holiday: such a gorgeous glitter nail polish with rainbow accents. only issue is that one it dries, even with a great top coat, the polish is very sandpaper like.
1198 Running in Circles: a glittery green, amazing for the holidays. would look great with ruby pumps for christmas!
overall i love china glaze polishes. there are so many amazing colors to choose from. although some do come out streaky, the color barely chips with a great top coat.
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pool party and flying dragon are my fav. china glaze nail polish is the best for marbeling other wise they are very light and require 3 coats.
Flying Dragon: purple and it has sparkles in it
Pool Party: a hotish pink
all worth the money
Who couldn't like this line of nail polish? At a great price it gives you an excellent manicure, with an awesome shine. I don't need to use a top coat with a lot of these colors becauase of the natural shine that comes with them already. I work with dogs and my hands are constantly in water and this brand seems to hold very well considering. I can go quite a while without my nails chipping. It's a very dependable brand and I will continue to buy new colors from them.
Fantastic color choices, easy to apply, and love that it has built in nail hardeners. Most colours go on easy with two coats. I have about 5 or 6 CG and I will def buy more in the future.
I have only just started to use china glaze, it is now my 2nd favourite nail varnish brand to use! the colours are amazing and i can always rely on the varnish to dry quick and not have to put too many layers on for the colours to look amazing! I would recommend this product for anyone who hasn't got alot of time to do their nails as it's really easy to apply & fast drying :)
First of all, I have to admit that I'm obsessed with China Glaze! I have started my collection and am going to own every single one! But I have to say Pink Voltage is my favorite color, of all; it's such a cute perfect barbie pink with blue undertones & and the picture doesn't do it justice at all! I just painted my nails this color and I should mention that it is a semi matte finish, if it's light coats it dries in about 2 minutes, and needs a top coat! This color stays on for a really long time, I use a thick base coat with it as well as top coats and two coats of the color, and it doesn't chip for at least a week for me; it might also be the fact that I am using a salon UV protectant top coat so that could help too. I've found especially with other pinks and neon colors that they will chip off within a few days, or sometimes I've had colors just straight peel off the whole nail all in one, but this isn't like that! I purchased this from a beauty supply store and it was a little under $7, they also sell these at Ulta and I think they're a little over $7 there and the selection (at least for the stores by me) is smaller, and the beauty stores have a lot of sales on China glaze a lot for buy one get one free- and who doesn't love that! ESP when these are 7 dollars a bottle!! The only downside for me about this nailpolish is the brush, I have extremely small nail beds and nails in general, and the brush isn't necessarily big but it's just a regular square tip brush that is somewhat wide at the bottom and it doesn't hold the nailpolish well in my opinion, I feel like the brush will leave streaks in my nails or have too much nailpolish in the brush and it will get messy. I'm a bigger fan of the brushes in the salon hanson colors, Nina Pro lacquer, (both have the rounded tip brushes to fit in nailbed perfectly!) and orly (which I think is just a regular square tip brush but it's thinner and higher quality to not make your nailpolish streaky) however this is just my opinion and this is the ONLY thing I would change about the China Glaze polishes, but still doesn't differ me from buying all of them or not rating it 5 stars!