Wednesday, April 15, 2015

China Glaze Electric Nights - the glitters

*Press Sample*

Hey y'all!  So the other day I showed y'all the 9 cream/crelly polishes in the Electric Nights collection.  Today I bring to you, the glitters.....and some marbling.

china glaze electric nights glitters neon watermarble

I wanted to do something different when swatching these & didn't want to use white.  Sadly one of the glitters had practically EVERY color in it. So to keep it from disappearing into the base I used white.  I also attempted to do a watermarble accent nail in shades that matched the glitters.  Hope you like.

china glaze electric nights glitters neon watermarble let the beat drop

china glaze electric nights glitters neon watermarble let the beat drop
Let The Beat Drop - 1 coat over Daisy Know My Name? - This contains hot orange and pink matte multi-size glitters.  The marble accent is Daisy Know My Name, Home Sweet House Music, and Glow With The Flow.


china glaze electric nights glitters neon watermarble can i get an untz untz

china glaze electric nights glitters neon watermarble can i get an untz untz
Can I Get An Untz Untz - 1 coat over Home Sweet House Music - This contains neon blue and green multi-size glitters.  I think I noticed a few purple (you can see them) in there too, but that color wasn't listed on the press release.  The marble accent is Violet-Vibes, DJ Blue My Mind, and Treble Maker(with a tiny bit of Home Sweet House Music peeking out from the base).


china glaze electric nights glitters neon watermarble point me to the party

china glaze electric nights glitters neon watermarble point me to the party
Point Me To The Party - 1 coat over white base - This contains pink, blue, green, orange, and (I think) purple matte multi-size glitter.  The marble accent is UV Meant To Be, Glow With The Flow, Treble Maker, Red-y To Rave, and Plur-ple.  


The creams marbled rather well and would actually look WAY better if I hadn't goofed when using my marbling stick.  That being said, I do love how they kinda look like marbled soaps and stuff.  

I had no issues with the glitters. In fact, I cleaned a TON off of the brush before applying, so this could be way more glitter.  Point Me To The Party did seem to have a slight pink tinge to the base when applied over the white, but it's not showing up on my camera. 

Wave your nails in the air with China Glaze® Electric Nights April 2015 at fine beauty supply stores and salons nationwide including Ulta and Sally Beauty Supply. MSRP $7.50.

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1 comment:

  1. I so want those neon glitters! They would be perfect to layer over any base color.

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