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.
Get compliments every week on this color. From young to middle age to older. I had a man in finance Dept who wanted to take a picture for his girlfriend. He loved it. My chiropractor told his wife to get the same color. It’s the most amazing color. It draws more attention than any color I have ever worn
I really like this colour. It is minty but it kinda reminds me of the colour of glow in the dark stuff. It dried almost immediately. I can't talk about how long lasting it is as I just put it in about half an hour ago. It's my first time buying China Glaze nail polish and I'm impressed! OK big time EDIT: I totally forgot I wrote this review. This nail polish is HORRIBLE!!! I bought 3 colours and ended up returning all of them. After an hour or two, it started chipping!! And the next day, all of my nails but one or two were chipping left and right in big and small pieces. Totally disappointed!
Yes yes yes!! I have finally found a minty GREEN! Even though it's a neon. This is what I was hoping for when I bought CG's Refresh Mint online, in the swatches it looked minty green but when I received it, it's a pale minty blue so I was a little disappointed even though it is a nice colour. This is truly a spearmint green that's a bit bright. I am in love with it, one of my favourite colours for sure.
This neon light green would flatter only light to pale skin in my opinion and it is the perfect choice for summer! Lasted really long on me, the only minus is that it is a bit streaky.
PERFECT MINT GREEN! Neon but looks lovely indoors, too. 1st coat bald-y if go over an area more than once, but no problem. Have to do a THIN coat on the 1st coat. Then a medium-thick coat for the 2nd, and it all evens out. I mean, really the perfect perfect shade of mint.