China Glaze - Heat Index 0.5 oz - #81329
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.
This is a gorgeous lavender shade leaning very slightly towards a periwinkle. Since it is a pastel, I found it a little harder to apply than usual since generally the formula of pastel shades of polish can be a little chalky. However, with that being said it is opaque with two coats and doesn't chip easily either. Great colour for Spring!
super pretty light purple, great 2 coat coverage,dries pretty quickly. gorgeous alone but I use it a lot as a base color for fadesthe one I'm going to upload is Agent Lavender with color club pucci-licious creeping up from the cuticle. (striped tipsooh la la lol)
I love love love this color! I have been really into pastels lately and this is the perfect periwinkle color. Great for spring and summer! A must have!
Pretty light purple! I like to create lace designs on this color instead of pink because light pink do not look good on my hands. I would not buy this again though because I would love something slightly darker!
This nail polish is ok to me. Nothing spectacular. The color is very pretty but the application can be streaky and all in all I don't think that it's worth the extra money you are spending over getting a cheapo nail polish. Would look very nice in the summer against tan skin. I'm a girly girl and have been painting my nails since I was very young. I have about 50-60 bottles of nail polish all together and have tried all kinds of brands. To me there is no big difference in formula really between brands. It mostly seems to depend on the color. I do have to say that I enjoy China Glaze a lot more than OPI and with my experience with China Glaze and OPI both I would say only invest the money if it is a color that you can not find in any other brand because that is really the only reason I will purchase from them. They have a huge selection of colors so you may be able to find something fun and unique.