It’s a China Glaze kind of day!
Today I have 3 of the 6 new China Glaze Surprise glitter top coats to show you! All 3 are a great mixture of matte and metallic hexes in a clear base. I do have to say, all 3 of these seem to be unique colors mixed so I don’t have any dupes in my personal collection (big plus!)
Shine on with pops of colour and glitters galore. The six-piece, limited edition China Glaze® Surprise collection is the life of the party where you can confidently let the pieces “fall where they may” for the ultimate manicure. The chunky glitters bring together large matte and shiny particles in feminine, flirty and funky color combinations. Wear alone or as a top coat for an extra effect that’s uniquely you.
Let’s take a look!
Glitter Up is a mix of purple metallic hex glitters with matte turquoise and peach hex glitters. I used 1 coat over China Glaze What A Pansy.
Shine-nanigans is a mix of pink and purple metallic hex glitters and matte lime green hex glitters mixed in. I used 1 coat over China Glaze Metro Pollen-tin.
While people may not feel this is a good color combination, I don’t care. I love it for some reason. Glimmer More is a mix of pink metallic hex glitter with orange and yellow matte hex glitters. I used 1 coat over China Glaze At Vase Value.
If you like glitter and slightly funky color combos, this is a great set for you! I have already purchased the remaining 3, so I will post those up when they come in! The clear base was a little thicker so for some of the larger matte hex glitters I did need to dab them on a little. The smaller metallic hexes seemed to apply without issue though. Worth the work? It is for me. All 3 glitters also work great with the 6 shades I received from the China Glaze City Flourish collection
China Glaze® Surprise will be available in April 2014 at fine salons and beauty supply stores.
China Glaze® is free of DBP, toluene, and added formaldehyde.
China Glaze® nail lacquers are available through salons and professional beauty supply stores nationwide. For more information, please visit www.chinaglaze.com or follow China Glaze on Facebook (@ChinaGlazeOfficial), Twitter (@ChinaGlaze), Pinterest (pinterest.com/chinaglaze) and Instagram (@ChinaGlazeOfficial).
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