China Glaze has been dedicated to providing the highest quality of globally rich, on-trend, innovative colour lacquers and treatments. Their colours provide the perfect accent to any individual style. From their neons, to reds, corals, to shades of blue, their colours' inspiration is found on the shores of Tahiti, the nightlife in New York City, and beauty within every woman.
*All China Glaze colours are free of DBP, Toluene and added Formaldehyde.
What a gorgeous color Frostbite is! My daughter picked this out and I couldn't stop admiring it on her, so I had to borrow it! This color looks pretty much the same as it was captured in the picture on this pagebut it's even better in person. It's actually pretty distracting on my nails... lol...because I keep stopping to admire the pretty color. As for application, it went on like a dream for me! A little thin on the first coat, but the 2nd coat evened it out and made it truly opaque. If you like blue polish, this is a must-have from China Glaze!
O.M.G. Why did I own this for 2 years and never wear it?!! This is gorgeous on. I always thought it was too vibrant and too bright for my fair skin and I was sooo wrong. I can't stop looking at it, it's so pretty on me. It's just so pretty in general and it goes with my skintone, win-win! The formula on this is fantastic and it glides right on staying right where you place it with no running, no drips, no pooling, no balding or patchiness and no streaks. This is so easy to work with. The brush on this is a thin standard brush but it is flexible and much easier to work with than the little Essie brushes. I did two coats on this as the first was a little thin/sheer looking. The second one I floated on a little thicker and got by with only two coats. I've already had several compliments on this color and it is very eye catching indeed. I used this as a base for a snowflake mani and it's perfect for that. This really doesn't show brushstrokes either, they are there but they aren't really visible to the naked eye unless you are searching for them. Yes you can see them with a 10 x magnifier, but who does that?!! The wear time on this has been good too, 4 days in and only slight tip wear and no chips at all. Yay that this is a core color in the China Glaze line so I can repurchase when this is gone and I will. I am in love with this beautiful blue.
GORGEOUS!!! This polish looks AMAZING on the nail and I love it!I had asked the nail board for ChG rec's because I don't have very many in my collection. Frostbite was recommended and described as "one of the best blues ever". Well it's absolutely true. This is a vivid, electric-bright, metallic royal blue. One of those polishes that just glows on the nail. I don't have anything else that looks like it.Nice formula, smooth application. But I found that three coats were needed for full opacity. It's still a five-star polish nonetheless.I would definitely buy this one again!
I love this color, as it's a metallic royal blue, and on toes, it lasts a long time. It does take 3 coats for it to become opaque, but it's still a pretty color for summer. The thing I also noticed is that it's pretty close to the color of my car, but that's only a coincidence. I would repurchase.
I LOVE this color. I've been looking for this type of blue from a line that I like i.e. Oâ€¢PÃ‚â€¢I, China Glaze etc With OPI the only blue I liked came in a mini set (neons) so I found it to be a waste of time. Went over to China Glaze and found "I Sea your point" and "Frostbite" Pretty much the same color from pics. I was wanting 'I sea your point' more cause it didn't have the shimmer but Frostbite was the only one at Sallys so I got it.I don't particularly like the shimmer. It does give it a little depth. I use a top coat and it sort of makes the shimmer a tad less noticeable since the shine of the topcoat will outshine the shimmer which is nice! This color is a very vivid bright Royal blue. I love it! I only need two coats and it lasts me about a week and a half before I see any chipping. China Glaze polishes are meant to be thinner, you just have to use three strokes per nail(it'll smooth out itself and then dry) and don't do anymore cause it thickens and starts to dry so when you keep brushing the nail it'll end up dragging off color making it patchy and you end up needing three-five coats to even it out