China Glaze - Point Me To The Party 0.5 oz - #82609
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A multi-coloured glitter in a translucent pink base. I thought the base was clear until I wore the polish and did some testing with it, but the base is definitely a bright, cool pink. The glitter is multi coloured (purple, orange, blue, silver, green, and probably more) and round, and ranges from fairly small to medium sized. The base-to-glitter ratio is medium-light.It's possible to wear this polish on its own. Two coats over a clear base coat is semi-opaque, but the opacity mostly comes from the glitter, rather than the base, which is translucent. Otherwise, this can be worn as a glitter top coat, but the base is fairly pigmented for a topper, so it will change the colour of the base. You could easily wear this over white or neutral, over black, and over various kinds of pink. Really, over any colour, so long as you know that whatever you use will get tinted pink (a light blue might go purple, for example). Formula is a little tricky, but not terrible. It's on the thick side, and you have to finesse the glitter a bit to get it the way you want it, and it's easy to drag. It also dries somewhat slowly, so make sure you give plenty of time between layers. Removal is typical for a polish of this kind, that is, it's a pain in the neck.I wore two coats of this polish over a clear base coat, and was pleased with the look. The translucent pink was surprisingly good with my pale, cool-toned skin (I have a LOT of trouble with pinks), and while the polish is not opaque, the translucent colour with the glitter worked very well. Next time, I'll probably use a nude base and then use this polish as a topper.
I knew I had to have this glitter when I saw pics of the Electric Nights collection. It is a multi colored hex glitter in a clear base. The glitters represent every color in the collection purple, turquoise, orange, lime green, fuchsia, etc. This polish really ties the whole collection together and would work well with many of the other polishes in it. I personally prefer it over white because it brings out the colors the most. The only complaint I have is that this glitter is rather base heavy and left bubbles on several nails. Next time I will apply more carefully and not so thickly. Still really like this, perfect for summer parties.
Point me to the Party is from China Glaze Summer 2015 Ellectric Nights Collection. This is a glitter topper, rather than a polish in its own right. The hexagon glitter comes in 2 sizes:medium and small. The glitters are multicoloured (orange, blue, pink and green/yellow) and neon. They are set in a light pink jelly. I used it over white polish (Barry M Coconut). The glitter is easy to spread out evenly. I would say 1 coat is enough, but you can use more coats if you prefer more glitter (my picture shows 2 coats). The only reason I marked it down is because I wish this polish had a clear base. I was hoping the neon glitter would stand out against white base, but instead white was turned into pink. Having said that, it is very unique in my collection and I would repurchase it.
This one is a lot of fun. It's a neon matte glitter topcoat made up of multicolored confetti-type glitter suspended in a clear base. There are orange, purple, lime green, and turquoise glitters in the mix. And all of them are bright 80s neon. So cute!Excellent formula, applies and wears well. Dries to a smooth finish. My only complaint is how tiny all the glitter pieces are, I think this topcoat could use some larger glitters.But overall I really like this a lot and I don't have anything else like it in my collection. I'd buy it again.