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.
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This was okay. I found it kind of streaky even after applying 3 coats. It dries very slowly, but it is still a beautiful color! I got this for $5 at my local Sally's.
I happen to love this color. I am fairly pale and this color is flattering against my skin tone. I had been wanting to find a nice silver. Something that isn't too dark or shimmery. This fit the bill. This color isn't a dark silver but it also isn't too light. It is quite shiny and very metallic. It's a nice formula but was a bit tricky to apply since the metallic quality tends to show crooked brush strokes. I applied two coats and it was perfectly opaque (also used CND Stickey base coat and Orly Sec 'n' Dry top coat). It's been four days and so far I only have minor tip wear. I will mention that it did seem to take a fairly long time to fully dry. Even with the Orly top coat I managed to get several dings in my polish even about eight or more hours after application. Overall, I love the color and am satisfied with its staying power.
I bought this polish hoping it would look like the formula in the bottle. Unfortunately, it is not as chrome-like as it appears. Still good if you want a basic silver, but it does not reflect back at all.
In my opinion this is the best silver polish for me to date. I have to use 3 coats and I still get streaks and they are still visible when completely dried but I've never had a silver polish be so opaque. All the ones I've tried are way too sheer. I love the way it looks on my nails, like someone else mentioned it looks like a silver sharpie! I would buy this again.
This is a complicated polish! To get decent results, aim for coverage on the first coat by making sure that you don't have too little or too much polish on the brush. Try to even out the streaks in the metallic pigment on the second coat. Don't be afraid to run the brush over your nail a few times on the second coat even after you've covered it in color; this will help to even out the streaks. The streaks disappear a little as it dries. The formula is not bad, but the pigment is just a tough one to work with. I'll definitely use the bottle I have, but would not buy another when it's empty. I think I'll look for a silver with metallic flecks nexts time instead of Platinum Silver's liquid metal look.
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