Here is a sneak peek of some of China Glaze's offerings for 2014:
First up there is Crinkled Chrome which is set for release late 2013 early 2014 depending on your location which consists of 6 foil finish polishes which dry to a crinkle effect. The truth is that yes the shades are very pretty they do look a little dated and the crinkle finish is very bizarre it almost looks messy and like the polish hasn't dried fully. I can't say I am a fan but you can see swatches here - link.
For Spring there (March-May launch dates depending on location there is two collections that we know of thus far : Sea Goddess and City Flourish. Sea Goddess is a collective of six sand effect pastel shades which are meant to mimic all things aquatic. Thanks to the glitter accents they remind me not only of the bottom of the ocean but also a mermaids tail. Although not for me (the thought of sand on my nails makes me feel ill) they are very pretty - see swatches here.
The main collection for spring is City Flourish which is constructed of mainly crème formulas in a range of brights and pastels. It is a little samey and very typical of the majority of China Glaze's Spring offerings but from the sneak peek images the bright neon pink at the front and the baby blue that is hiding behind it look promising. No it is not a stand out collection but no doubt it will garner at least one decent shade.
And last but not least for summer (April to June launch dates again dependant on location) there is of course China Glaze's neon offering which once more is pretty much expected. No shade names as of yet but as you can see it is full of bright and neon hues perfect for pairing with a tan and lots of sunshine. The bright blue at the front is calling my name.
I can't believe we are now in November! Where did 2013 go?
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