I only picked up two from the China Glaze Sea Goddess collection and now wish I had gotten a couple more of them. Can you believe I actually passed up the purple one? I will have to make that one mine eventually. But I do still have the two so let's get right to it.
First, though, I have to mention the formula on these. Mine were a bit thinner than I would have liked, which made it hard to get good coverage. I had to use three coats and had a bit more trouble with the pink one than I did the blue one. The pink has a bit of larger size glitter in it and that may be why.
I just swatched it again on a nail wheel, though, and it went on smoothly so maybe it was the humidity or something the day I swatched on my nails. Who knows? I do know that all the trouble was worth it.
The pink one is called Shell We Dance? and is a bright pink with pink sparkles. All pics taken in sunlight.
I've said it before and I'll probably say it again and again. I'm not a pink kind of girl but this is another one I would wear on occasion.
Now for the blue - Seahorsin' Around.
I do love this shade of blue. My camera, however, did not. My fingers are in focus but the camera lost it with the sparkle-tude of this polish. It's got that blue-green thing going for it, even if all you see here is the blue part.
And now we come to the Finger Paints. They recently released a number of core line additions and this polish is one of them - Hammered Terra Cotta.
Next up is the last of the L'Oreal Gold Dust polishes I finally picked up so I could have the complete set. Plus, one of them seemed like a dupe of Zoya's Vega so I did a comparison swatch.
Thanks for reading and stayed tuned.