Thursday, August 23, 2012

China Glaze Rare & Radiant

This is my best photography work of the China Glaze New Bohemian Luster Chrome Collection (in terms of picking up the duochrome looks of the polish.  This is a pretty, green from the collection with lime and copper colors and undertones.  I have painted three coats for these photos.

China Glaze Want My Bawdy

From China Glaze's New Bohemian Luster Chrome Collection, this is a nice blue color in the collection (which I purchased all of).  Unlike some colors in this collection, this color does not have any real duochrome qualities.  It is a very nice, chrome that does have a lot of dimension and highlights.  It is painted, here, in three coats.

China Glaze Deviantly Daring

Another Chrome from the China Glaze New Bohemian Luster Chrome Collection.  It's a turquoise chrome that is the most opaque of the collection, I would say.  It doesn't have a lot of duo-chrome qualities, but it is still a nice color.  I am showing three coats for the photos.

China Glaze Unpredictable

Unpredictable is on of the green duo-chromes in the New Bohemian Luster Chrome Collection from China Glaze.  I have tried to get you as many photos to show some of its two-toned qualities.  Hopefully they come across.  I have painted it for these photos in three coats.

China Glaze No Plain Jane

From the New Bohemian Luster Chrome Collection, this purple duo-chrome looks more two-toned in the bottle than it does on the nail.  It is pretty, but it's hard to find the undertones of green/bronze when on the nail.  It is pretty, but also one of the lighter colors of the group.  I have it painted here in three coats.

China Glaze Swanky Silk

From their New Bohemian Luster Chrome Collection, China Glaze made this pretty gold/pink duo-chrome.  Of the collection, it looks the most unassuming, but it is really very pretty and I think the duochrome is pretty apparent.  In most lights it's a nice gold shimmer, but it's shadow is a light, cheery pink.  It is decently opaque in three coats as I have it painted here.

Essie Braziliant

What a clever name from the Essie Collection Color Me Braziliant.  I was drawn to this color's shimmer and duo-chrome look.  It's pretty subtle, but there are some hints of pink and blue in the undertones.  I like the color and was satisfied in its final application, but I did notice a bit of streaking when applied.  But if you don't rush the application, it's quite opaque.  I have shown it here in three coats (btw, this was tricky to get a real accurate picture color).

China Glaze Love's A Beach

This bright pink is from China Glaze's Summer Neon Collection.  It is a great, pop of neon pink.  I am not sure if you can see in the last picture some of the micro shimmer that gives this color some depth over a flat neon.  Application is great and same with opacity.  I have it shown here in three coats.

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