Here's part 2 of the China Glaze Holiday 2010 collection. No blabbing, let's go straight to the pretties.
Before we go to the swatches I should add that all polishes were applied without base and/or top coat.
Jingle Bells is a champagne shimmer. It looks awful on me - mannequin hands gone wrong... Still it's a pretty shade and I like it. Just not on me.
China Glaze, Jingle Bells, 2 coats
Midnight Kiss is a gold shimmer. At first I though ChG made a mistake and sent me two bottles of the same shade, but when I looked at it - yeah, they're different. Midnight Kiss is cool and Jingle Bells is warm toned.
China Glaze, Midnight Kiss, 2 coats
Naughty and Nice is a vampy purple/red (I can't decide) creme. This one is ridiculously glossy. Look at it! You could use it as a mirror. It's also a jelly. Very sexy shade indeed.
China Glaze, Naughty and Nice, 2 coats
Phat Santa is a classic red creme. I adore this one. It's perfection. Nothing more to say.
China Glaze, Phat Santa, 2 coats
Ruby Deer is a bright red creme. It's lighter and warmer than Phat Santa. Not as smoking hot, but still pretty awesome.
China Glaze, Ruby Deer, 2 coats
Snow is a white creme. I had some troubles applying this one. Well, not really troubles... it just needed 3 coats to get even. See, I'm becoming a spoiled little brat. China Glaze - you're spoiling me. =D
China Glaze, Snow, 3 coats
Sugar Plums is a plum shimmer with glitters. Not my style, but it's beautiful nontheless.
China Glaze, Sugar Plums, 2 coats
Party Hearty is the clown of the collection. It's a ''mess'' of big red glitter, smaller green glitter and even smaller gold glitter in a clear base. If Christmas tree could vomit...this would be it. ;) I applied Party Hearty over Cheers to You, because I'm pretty sure this one is made for layering.
China Glaze, Cheers To You + Party Hearty
I must say once again - the quality is superb! If you like a certain color from this collection just get it and you won't be sorry. The formula, application, brushes, drying time...if only all polishes were like these.
I must say I'm not completely satisfied with the colors, but that's a matter of taste. And if I don't like a certain shade, that doesn't mean that someone else won't love it. Quality wise - this is the best ChG collection and it deserves 5 kisses. Totally!
So, that's it! A collection of 16 shades for Holiday season 2010. What do you think of it? Which are your favorites?
*Products were sent to me by China Glaze. Read my disclosure policy for more information.
I'd like to thank Angie for re-sending these beauties to me. Thanks honey! :*
Thanks for looking!