China Glaze Sin-derella
Sin-derella is best described as a taupe grey base with a strong pink shimmer. For my swatches I used 3 coats with glossy top coat.
Life’s Grim is best described as a blackened base with green and gold tiny-fleck shimmer. My swatches show 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Do You, Boo is best described as a chunky glitter topper with gold and black hex glitter and iridescent bar glitter. My swatches show 1 coat over Life’s Grim.
Lookin’ Gore-geous is best described as a rich, deep magenta-plum creme. So maybe I’m boring but I love this shade! If you don’t have one like it it’s worth considering. This is 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Queen Please is best described as a clear topper with gold and green iridescent flakes. I’m imagining this over a dark blue or green. My swatches are 1 coat over Lookin’ Gore-geous.
Crown for Whatever is best described as a satin matte blurple that’s jammed full of pink micro-shimmer. I do love how China Glaze varies finishes. This beauty dries to a natural matte finish, but I actually like it better glossy. But you have the option! 2 coats with and without top coat.
Which are your favorites? Mine are definitely Sin-derella, Lookin’ Gore-geous, and Crown for Whatever. Mostly because the last thing I need in my life right now is another glitter topper. I like them well enough, but I never use them. By the time I get around to doing a mani for myself I want quick, easy, one-and-done.
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Until next time, stay polished!