Friday, June 8, 2012

Fun with China Glaze Glitter Crackles

Playing catchup on some reviews I've been meaning to do. This is a quick one so easy for me to bang out right now. But hey... who doesn't love glitter and crackles occasionally? Lets have a look at the China Glaze Crackle Glitter Polishes, shall we?

China Glaze Glitter Crackles
Left to Right: Glam-More, Jade-D, Glam Me Up, Luminous Lavender
Aren't those just fun and gorgeous??? I'm usually not a huge fan of crackles but I really wanted to try these. I also did a bit of blending just for fun...

China Glaze Glitter Crackles

China Glaze Glitter Crackles

My poor attempt at "Ombre" with Glitter Crackles, but certainly a concept worth trying.

Two coats over Zoya Raven as a backdrop. My usual Qtica Nail Growth Stimulator as a base and Seche Vite on top. The only thing I don't like about these crackles is it is suggested to let them dry before applying top coat. Personally, as long as you're careful and you've got the crackle you want then you're probably fine.

Probably not relevant. But once I put this on I didn't want it to come off. It stayed put really well too.

Bottom Line
Surely you've picked up one or two by now. But my favorites were Jade-D, and Glam Me Up. But who am I kidding? I kind of dug all four colors.

This polish was furnished to me by PR for review purposes. I do not sell China Glaze products nor am I affiliated with China Glaze in any way.