The count is down for the final week (and a bit) of work (for most of us). I’m so excited for a much needed break from my good ole 9-5! Nail polish and make-up organization – here I come!
Today I’m showing you the final Holiday nail polish collection that I have to review: China Glaze Holiday 2014 – Twinkle. This collection has 12 unique polishes: 2 creams, 4 iridescents, 4 sparkly glitters and 1 white matte glitter topper.
The holiday season is dawned by sparkles and glitter galore, and China Glaze Holiday 2014 fits right in with these six glitter polishes (left to right: pine-ing for glitter, de-light, meet me under the stars, feeling twinkly, chillin’ with my snow-mies, dancing & prancing).
All polishes shown are with two coats and no topcoat.
I’d Melt for you
This silver/chrome color is like many silver polishes of it’s kind (think OPI push & shove…) in that you can really see brush strokes and any nail inpurities underneath so I recommend a base coat and only one coat of polish making polish strokes quick and accurate the first time. Don’t try to move the polish around, or you won’t be happy with the results.
Sparkly Glitter Polishes
This dark blue glitter is definitely a favorite of mine in the collection. Shown here over Out Like a Light, this polish is bright and sparkly and we all know how trendy blue is this season.
Pine-ing for Glitter
Another favorite of mine, this turquoise/green glitter is perfect for a party night. Shown here over I’d melt for you, I think it would look really cool over a black polish for a dramatic, evening effect.
Meet me Under the Stars
This is a holographic glitter in a black base and is shown here on its own with two thicker coats. This polish is a little more challenging to remove, so I would recommend a peel off base coat for easy removal because the polish is worth it!
Chillin’ with my Snow-mies
This multi-sized white snowflake glitter is the perfect winter polish if you want to wear snowflakes on your nails and don’t want to take the time for nailart! Shown here over December to Remember.
What’s the Verdict?
China Glaze Holiday 2014 is a beautiful collection with a wide array of polishes for everyone’s taste.
Will Definitely Spend My Starbucks Money On:
- Chillin’with my snow-mies
- Feeling Twinkly
- Pine-ing for glitter
- Out Like a Light
- December to Remember
Might Miss One Starbucks This Week For:
- No Peeking! (only because I’m not a huge fan of iridescent polishes)
- Dancing & Prancing
- Tip Your Hat
- Meet Me Under the Stars
I’m Not Giving Up My Starbucks For:
- I’d Melt For You
- Define Good…
What do you think of the China Glaze Holiday 2014 collection? Have you tried any of these polishes yet?
Available since November 2014 at fine beauty supply stores and salons nationwide (MSRP $7.50). For more information please visit: www.chinaglaze.com.
Until next time,
Disclosure: Products in this post were provided for my consideration. All opinions are my own. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.