The China Glaze nail polish line is known for vibrant, long lasting and smooth finish but are they worth snagging? I have a verdict...
The line is in full swing in the Nigerian market courtesy of Kuddy Cosmetics who are the exclusive distributors of the professional nail lacquer brand and these 'babies' are worth snagging up in hundreds as they are luxe, rich in colour and tick all the right boxes for a perfect manicure (works well on natural nails as well as artificial ones).
China Glaze lacquers are presented in different collections but one thing consistent with all the lines includes the long lasting tendencies, durability, rich selection of colours offered amongst other exciting bits.
I got the China Glaze (Crackle Glaze) nail lacquer in 'Luminous Lavender' from the 'Crackle Glitters Collection' and China Glaze nail lacquer (with hardeners) in 'With Love' and they were both impressive and at little cost compared to what they presented as well as he finish.
The 'Luminous Lavender' is a cute, flirty rich light purple/lilac mix glitter portion while the 'With Love' portion is a solid vibrant bold red hue that's luxe. Both are presented in small sized bottle (in a reasonable portion) with a sturdy black cap and a cute note around the bottle top that's all round pretty even as a gift (ladies would love that).
My favourite from the two was surprisingly the bold red 'With Love' hue that glides on upon application -infact a single coat is rich enough to be left on to be worn for weeks on end. They don't run light but not so thick so it goes on consistently (applying them on your own is even more fun because of its richness and slick coating ways!)
China Glaze is a line for professional application. The formula contains China clay that functions as the hardener that also gives a glossy finish that is pretty and clean. The lacquers are incredibly durable, have great coverage, fast drying and they come in brilliant solid colours.
The nail line is gluten free and oil based. The best part is since I've started using those two almost everytime and months down the line, they are not dried up and I still have generous amount left in each bottle.
An endless list of 'plus' for the lacquers include:
Rich in colour/Vibrant/luxe
Almost never cheap
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To buy or not to buy China Glaze nail lacquers? Definitely, TO BUY!