Friday, August 12, 2011

China Glaze Sea Spray

China Glaze is probably one of the most versatile and customer friendly brands on the market. They're readily available and fairly inexpensive. I buy at least one polish from pretty much every collection they release, and usually more. One thing I sometimes have a problem with, however, is formula. China Glaze polishes don't always like me (or my basecoat/topcoat combination). At any rate, I feel like lately China Glaze has vastly improved their formula (or my body chemistry has changed). Sea Spray is an amazing polish, and the first thing I noticed about it was the formula. A color like this shimmery light blue is usually streaky and awful, requiring three or more coats. This one was good in two, perfectly self-leveling, and I love the color.

Unfortunately, all I got was this crappy picture. It's true to color, but you can't see any of the silver shimmer (even with the flash on, which usually picks up anything). It's pretty subtle in real life anyway, so maybe it's not too much of a surprise. Love this color, it's super summery but also kinda drab at the same time. I know I'm late to the game on this one, but this one is awesome.

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  1. You are so right about China Glaze. They are very reliable polishes. And excellent value.