China Glaze Lukewarm Wishes
Lukewarm Wishes is described as a blue/teal iridescent topper. My swatches show 3 coats on bare nails. This could be worn over virtually any color, or just sheer on its own.
China Glaze Merry Whatever
Merry Whatever is described as a gold metallic type base with scattered holographic glitters. This is a beautiful gold, but unfortunately was still fairly sheer on me with 3 coats. This is 3 coats with glossy top coat,
China Glaze Resting Grinch Face
Resting Grinch Face is described as a clear glitter topper with red, green, blue, and gold glitters. If you like glitter toppers this is a great festive one. Shown here with one coat over Lukewarm Wishes. Sealed with glossy top coat.
China Glaze Deliciously Wicked
Deliciously Wicked is described as an icy blue polish with scattered holographic micro glitters. I wanted so much to love this one, but for me it just came up flat. Between the pearly type finish and the lumpy look from the glitters it ended up being my least favorite. My swatches show 3 thin coats with glossy top coat.
China Glaze Grinchworthy
Grinchworthy is described as a bright green metallic base with multiple shades of green glitter. This one has a fabulous multi dimensional look, so much depth! My swatches show 3 thin coats with glossy top coat.
China Glaze Who Wonder
Who Wonder is described as a fuchsia pink with a pink shimmer. This is a lovely vibrant jewel toned pink that is perfect for the winter months. My swatches show 3 thin coats with glossy top coat.
China Glaze Ho! Ho! No
Ho! Ho! No is described as a red based polish with fine silver and gold glitters. I really love this red, the fine glitters give it a unique flair while still being a classic holiday red.
China Glaze You’re a Mean One
You’re a Mean One is described as a deep wine red with a warm brown/orange shimmer. Another favorite for me, it’s a gorgeous vampy shade that would suit virtually any skintone. This is 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Do you have favorites from this collection? Mine are Grinchworthy, Who Wonder, Ho! Ho! No, and You’re a Mean One. I had no real formula issues to report.
The Grinch Collection is available now at Ulta, Sally Beauty Supply and select beauty salons. China Glaze retails for $7.50 each.
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Until next time, stay polished!