China Glaze: Point Me To The Party – Electric Nights Collection

Here’s some neon goodness to kick off the weekend 🙂 This is Point Me To The Party from the Electric Nights Collection by China Glaze:china glaze - point me to the party1I used a sponge to dab the glitter on my nails and topped it with top coat. A real party on the nails, right?! china glaze - point me to the partyFind this, along with the other shades of this collection, at Hypnotic Polish 😉

Have a fantastic weekend! :*

China Glaze: Don’t Let The Dead Bite

Every day it becomes more clear that I have too many untried polishes than I have nails to paint… First world problems, I know :p
So here’s one from last years Halloween Collection by China Glaze:china glaze - don't let the dead bite1Don’t Let The Dead Bite is a polish that I think you either love or hate. You all know by know that I love odd colors and glitter combinations. And although I’m not the biggest fan of glitter bombs, the high ‘odd-factor’ made me need to have it. It’s a sheer pink-isch nude base packed with multi sized red hex glitter. The formula is very thin (cuticle overflow warning!). I used three coats plus top coat here. china glaze - don't let the dead biteLove or hate?

Thanks for stopping by! :*

China Glaze: I Love Your Guts – Halloween 2014

I’m back with another odd polish! For last years Halloween China Glaze came out with with I Love Your Guts, along with many other polishes. First of all, that name! Gotta love it. Take a look:china glaze - i love your guts1Weird, right? Agreed. That’s why I needed to have it. And it’s pink! Yay! So this dries to a somehow semi matte finish. Due to the black glitter it has a slight texture to it. I am not a big fan of the finish by itself so I decided to add top coat and a matte top coat on the nail of my ring finger. And for the record: this is one (!) coat of I Love Your Guts!china glaze - i love your gutsI think this is a polish that you either love or despise. What do you think?

China Glaze: Rendezvous With You

Stamping? I gave that up a long time ago. I’ve seen so many amazing new plates lately and even more amazing designs created with them I thought it was time to give it another try. But not before searching for a new stamper. I’ve found an XL stamper and scraper at Hypnotic Polish and went for it. This is my first attempt after a long time so please bear with me.
china glaze - rendezvous witj you2For my base I used one (!) coat of Rendezvous With You by China Glaze. What a fantastic polish! Not only is the formula perfect but that color! Love!

For the design I used Essie‘s No Place Like Chrome and a Sci-Fi (5) plate from MoYou, which you can also find at Hypnotic Polish.
china glaze - rendezvous with you - essie no place like chromeWhat do you think of this stamping design?

China Glaze: Choo-Choo Choose You – All Aboard! Collection

Choo Choo Choose You by China Glaze is such a gorgeous shade! I don’t think I have anything like it in my stash. What a beauty:china glaze - choo choo choose you1This also has a slightly green-isch sheen which I couldn’t capture on camera. It is just such a unique hue of grey-isch purple with tons of shimmer.

This polish is part of the All Aboard! Collection, released in Fall last year.
Shown is three thin coats plus top coat.
china glaze - choo choo choose youI’ve found this at Hypnotic Polish 😀

Have a great weekend! :*

China Glaze: Wish On A Starfish – Sea Goddess Collection

Have you noticed that more and more brands come up with entire textured collections? They’re everywhere! I don’t mind, I love them!

Today I have Wish On A Starfish from China Glaze‘s Sea Goddess Collection to show you. This is a pale pink with golden shimmer running throughout. I’ve used two coats for the picture below:china glaze - wish on a starfishIt’s a pity that the golden shimmer doesn’t show up in my picture. It’s lovely!

How does this compare to Catrice’s Call Me Princess?catrice vs. china glazeWish On A Starfish is obviously a lighter shade of pink. Also I think the golden shimmer in Call Me Princess is slightly more noticeable than Wish On A Starfish. They’re both pretty! Formula wise they’re quite similar. They both need two coats for full opacity.

Do you have a favorite textured polish?