China Glaze Review
China Glaze Seas and Greetings Swatch & ReviewMonday, April 03, 2017Nail A College Drop Out
Clearing out my "to-review" list and up today is the China Glaze Seas And Greetings swatch & review.
Snow Way! is an iridescent white shimmer that I wasn't expecting to like so much. The formula was easy to work with. Such a surprise a white polish.
Sand In My Mistletoes
Sand In My Mistletoes is described by the folks over at China Glaze as a peachy nude crème and a I couldn't agree more because it is spot on.
Eat, Pink, Be Merry
Warm Wishes, oh Warm Wishes. It's a nice color. A standard watermelon crème. While I'm not wowed by the color itself, I can;t complain about the smooth application of this lacquer.
Tis the Sea-Sun
Tis the Sea-Sun is your standard coral crème. Nothing to write home about colorwise, but it do have a fairly smooth application.
The More The Berrier
The More The Berrier yup, you guessed it. nothing original here. No complaints about the formula, but gosh I'm just not wowed by the color selection here.
Seas and Greetings
Seas and Greetings, not gonna lie here. The namesake of the collection is one of favorites. Why? Well. I like purple. *Kanye shrug*
Partridge in a Palm Tree
Partridge in a Palm Tree let's completely ignore the typo on the swatch stick okay? Much like the Rebel Collection had one matte shade. Seas and Greetings does as well. The formula is a little thick so I would suggest adding a drop or two of nail polish thinner.
Joy to the Wave
If you missed the full press release for Seas and Greetings click HERE.
Overall, I do have a few faves from this years holiday collection, but I'd prefer Cheers! more. And if we're talking best China Glaze collection of all time, nothing and I do mean nothing, is beating Cirque Du Soliel Worlds Away.
See any shades you like? Got a favorite China Glaze collection? CHat in the comments shall we?
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