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.
Love the color. Fries too fast Cannot fully spread before it dries. Chips no matter what precautions are taken.
I just love this color. It is definitely a color that is number one. Neon "Barbie" pink that I love. What I don't love is how it goes on, streaky. You have to do multiple coats,3-5, and it may still may be iffy. Wish it went on better.
Beautiful, bright neon Barbie pink color. However, like with all of the other China Glaze nail polishes that I've tried, this is so streaky. I've been applying my own nail polish for over 30 years and do not think there is anything wrong with my technique, I think it's the poor formula of this polish that's the problem. I used a white base coat, 3 coats of polish and a top coat for it to look half way decent. Without the top coat it was very matte and dull looking, so I do recommend a top coat. The color is so bright and gorgeous, unfortunately the formula stinks. I just can't see wasting any more money on China Glaze when you can get beautiful colors with even, streak free coverage from companies like Color Club, for example. They have these at Ulta, but I bought mine online.
I really like this color. It's a neon pink, I find in person it's more on the warm side but looks more blue toned in pictures, flash photography. With flash, it pretty much matches Candy Yum Yum. There's some very fine shimmer in it that's blue and reflects a hot pink type of color. I don't have a problem with chipping and only used two coats of this polish. I used a base coat, the Gelous base coat, did that technique where you use it as a base coat, normal polish, use the Gelous again and top it with another layer of your color and your choice of a topcoat. I find that China Glaze nail polishes are thin, they're meant to be. They're kinda tricky to get used to. You have to put one layer in three strokes, maybe four but that's it. It's thin and will settle and smooth out as it dries. If you're trying to brush it out to even it out, it makes it worse cause as it dries it drags the color and makes it patchy making you have to put on more coats than needed. I would definitely repurchase this color, it's perfect