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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I got for 1.99 in the clearance ben at Sallys! I was shocked that such a pretty color was still there. Its a vary pale lilac/ pink w peach shimmer. Buts not overly shimmery. It can lol like a straight creme a shiny one but a creme alone in darker lighting. I know someone else was complaining over the thickness but mine is the exact opposite its almost to runny. I did get get an even coverage with 2 coats even w the thin formula. But it realm is beautiful. I wear oh so wet which dries in like 5 seconds so I don't know about normal drying time. I also change my polish often and clean alot of polish doesn't wear as long on me regardless
This is the first near white color that looks good on my yellow toned, slightly ruddy hands. Usually very pale shades look like white out, and this does not. The color is a very pale lilac with peach shimmer. I like colors close to nude but a little bit different, so this fits the bill. My only complaint is the texture/application. The formula is borderline gloppy and can be a bit streaky. I think they tried to make this too much like a gel, it has that king of thickness. On the plus side, it dries well for a thicker polish.. Im right handed, so my left and looks good, but I repainted my right hand twice, did major cleanup with nail polish remover, and the nail beds still leave something to be desired. I might try a liner brush next time on the edges. Topped with essies gel setter, the application looks a bit more even. So pretty, especially in sun, that it's worth using despite application issues.
China Glaze's Wanderlust was a surprise favorite for me. When I first inspected China Glaze's Roadtrip collection at Ulta, I was a bit let down; nothing sparkly?! That evening I went home and looked at some of the reviews and the following morning, I was tearing back to the store. Wanderlust is a white toned, baby pink with a peach shimmer flash. In the bottle it looked like it might lean a bit lavender, but on my pale, neutral skin tone, it is a light pink. All the shimmer shades in the Road trip collection (Dashboard Dreamer, Sun's Up, Top Down, Pack Lightly and Wanderlust) have the same metallic peach, very subtle flash. They really glow in full sun, but even in indoor lighting I find the shimmer provides and elegant depth to this shade. Elegant actually, is an excellent description for China Glaze's Wanderlust. I would describe the formula on this to be a crelly, I guess. (somewhere between a cream and a jelly) Application wasn't perfect. The first coat went on streaky and even after the second coat there was a few streaks and bald spots. I found that two thin coats and one touch up coat followed by my Seche Vite top coat and it leveled out. Wanderlust has an incredibly glossy finish to start with so you could probably get away without the top coat if you wanted. Even though the application took some patience I think it was worth it for this classy beauty. It really is unique to me and that's what I look for in a polish. After falling so hard for Wanderlust I'm considering going back for a few other shades, but I think I'll wait to see what ends up going on sale. Whenever Zoya's Delight spring collection hits the Ulta in my area its going to give my wallet a beating. All in all I would highly recommend China Glaze's Wanderlust. It's ultra feminine, unique and has a stunning surprise flash shimmer! What more do you want? :D!
So, after seeing gorgeous swatches of the new China Glaze 2015 Road Trip polishes, I knew Wanderlust HAD to be in my Life! It definitely didn't disappoint! It's a pale pink polish with pink/gold microshimmers that are most visible in sunlight. If I ran out of this I would definitely repurchase! I'm such a sucker for light shimmer polishes.