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 lavender is cute but boring. The color is a tad too bland, it looks very washed-out in certain lighting. Almost neutral. For a pastel lavender shade, I prefer Essie's Go Ginza. It has a little bit more white to it and it really pops.China Glaze isn't my favorite brand but there are a handful of them that I love (For Audrey, Ruby Pumps, Snow Globe). I found that this one had a decent formula, minimal streaking but not quite opaque in two coats. Dried to a nice creamy finish.Overall, this is one that I liked but did not love. Wouldn't buy it again.
I never liked pastels. PERIOD!! Oh unless it was a Barbie pink on the toes ect. I don't enjoy funky colors green blue ESP purple. I gave this a try bec my daughters wanted it and wowwWWWWW! It's my absolute fav for toes!!! It's georgous. Two coats and a top coat and its lasted over a week and still phenomenal. My skin tone is NW25. It's georg for Summer. !!!
Love this color!! I have yellow undertones (NC20) and this shows up as a lilac with subtle pink undertone. So pretty for spring
Yucky application and lackluster color against my cool-toned pale skin. If it weren't for a thick, fast-dry top coat, I couldn't see this polish ever drying, much less having a smooth finish.I gave this two good tries before determining it wasn't worthy of the time needed to nurse this along. If the application were easier, it may be easier to see something special in the color.Dusty, unremarkable and unflattering pastel. Horrible brush that slipped black hairs into my polish as I tried to apply it. I've seen it look nice on swatches, though plain old did not work for me.
The color is gorgeous, even with pale skin I love pastels and this creme polish was pretty smooth. The only thing is that it gets a bit thick after a few weeks but a few drops of thinner fixes that right up. I picked this up at Sally's and it was worth the money