Tuesday, June 3, 2014

China Glaze - Off Shore - Summer 2014 - Pt. 1

*Press Sample*

Hey y'all!  I know I'm late with the post, but I've got half of the Off Shore collection for the summer to share with y'all today.  The other half will be up tomorrow.  I didn't want to overkill one post with the amount of pictures I took, because there was a LOT. 

Lets get right to it.

Feel The Breeze - 2 coats of a bright baby pink cream.  It dries a little flat and absolutely needs a topcoat.  

If In Doubt, Surf It Out - 2 coats of a yummy orange sherbert cream.  It reminds me of a push pop and is a little brighter than it is in the bottle.  Another orange that I'm loving....and it's currently on my toes. :D

Sun Upon My Skin - 3 coats of a pastel sunny yellow cream.  It makes me think of the yellow of Tigger's tummy.  

Be More Pacific - 3 coats of this pastel lime green cream.  It almost makes me think pistachio as it's more yellow based.  

Float On - 2 coats for this bright bubblegum pink neon.  LOVE it.

Shore Enuff - 3 coats were needed for this bright, almost highlighter, green cream.  

Most, well maybe all, of these make me think of macarons.  It took me forever to get these 6 swatched because I kept wanting to play with them and do some sort of nail art combo for each and every one of them.  Which you'll see at a later date. 

China Glaze® Off Shore will be available as individual colors, plus two 6-piece box collections “Stoked To Be Soaked” and “Dune Our Thing”. Individual polishes retail for $7.50 MSRP and the 6-piece box collections retail for $45 each. China Glaze® Off Shore will be available at fine salons and beauty supply stores nationwide in June 2014. 

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 (@ChinaGlaze), Instagram
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1 comment:

  1. Now that you mention it, they do resemble the color of macaroons. I really like Shore Enuff a lot.


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