Friday, May 24, 2013
China Glaze Texture Review
Toe-tally Textured, 2 coats: tangerine-orange creme texture. I thought the formula was about average for this one. It does, however, have great pigmentation. It's fairly opaque in one coat and reaches full opacity after the second coat.
Itty, Bitty, and Gritty; 2 coats (opaque in 1): melon pink creme texture. This one is great! The formula is thin and flows evenly onto the nail. The pigmentation is superb as well; it's fully opaque in just one coat.
Bump & Grind, 2 coats (opaque in 1): bright reddish-pink creme texture. Same great flow and pigmentation as Itty, Bitty, and Gritty. This one is so pretty!
Verdict: Love! I generally like glitter textures more than creme ones, but these were excellent in all areas: color, formula, and pigmentation. My favorites were Itty, Bitty, and Gritty and Bump & Grind.
Availability: The China Glaze® Texture collection will be available in May 2013 at fine salons and beauty supply stores nationwide. China Glaze is free of DBP, toluene, and added formaldehyde. China Glaze nail lacquers are available through salons and professional beauty supply stores nationwide.
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What do you think of these? Are you a fan of creme textures?