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This is the mess of an attempt at `nail art` that I sported for the week of Easter. I know Easter was a while ago and I had meant to post this up, but as always time gets away from me. Like trying to cup water in your hands.
Yellow: China Glaze Lemon Fizz
White: Wet n Wild French White Creme
Black: Wet n Wild Black Creme
Orange: Essie Tart Deco
Wet n Wild Clear Nail Protector on top of all nails
I think it looks cute from afar, lol.
I`m not going to lie. I don`t think I`m the biggest fan of China Glaze nail polishes. I`ve only ever tried 2 (For Audrey & Lemon Fizz), so I`m not going to make a sweeping generalization about the entire brand.
However I did notice some bubbling. Since they`re so widely recognized, I was hoping for better quality.
To avoid that problem, I think the best thing to do is 3 very thin coats.
Bubbling is my biggest hate when it comes to nail polish issues. Chipping, lack of shine, et cetera can all be fixed pretty easily. But the only way to get rid of bubbles is to remove the polish and start all over again! RAWR...
I didn`t want to say anything bad about them, because I do really like the colors I chose. I`ve been wanting to experiment with a pastel yellow and now I finally have one to play with. Aside from the color, they are supposed to be good quality nail polishes. So I expected them to be just that. Ergo, I really wanted to like them.
Also, the color opacity was meh. I know that bright neon colors tend to be sheer and to be layered on to achieve the color you want. But this applied sheerly and streakily (ooh made up words), which is SO annoying.
I still love the color, so of course I`ll keep them and continue to use them and train myself to do thin, consistent coats.