Not yet the latest collection but a vintage gem. India has a rosewood base with a hint of pink and also contains silver microglitter bits, which are already prominent in the bottle picture.
Application was two coats and I am happy to present this colour in direct sunlight. 😎
I remember that I, for sure, applied Distraction after its release in 2012 – but as I didn’t find any entry in this little web space, nor draft, I must have forgotten to take photos. However, Distraction is a beautiful coral shade with pink shimmer, which I am finally presenting.
Application was two coats. Daylight and cinnamon ice cream.
I’m trying to get an overview regarding my China Glaze stash. Like this brand so much. So I recognised Flirty Tankini and that I hadn’t shown this yet. Here it comes, neon coral (with a hint of pink).
Artificial light and the normal finish, which is semi-matte.
Here it is with a layer of top coat, which doesn’t really make a difference in the photos, I guess.
This is Coral Crush – which ist, well, coral. 😎 Beautiful summer shade.
Two coats applied.
Artificial light (I guess this colour unfolds better in daylight).
Coralium is my favourite shade of this year’s Chanel nail nail polishes for summer. It’s described as “milky coral” – but bright in a certain way.
Moreover, Coralium’s pigmentation is high, so it’s opaque after one coat, its formula reminding me of Resplendissant. These photos were taken under artificial light.
I will certainly be wearing Coralium a lot during this summer. 😎
Pulling bright colours! Spring is here – we are expecting 16 degrees celsius tomorrow, so wow 😎 – and although Tis The Sea-Sun had initially been released for Christmas, it’s definitely a shade for warmer days too. The colour is coral with a hint of orange.
Two coats applied.
It’s actually a Christmas-themed nail varnish, I know … But Warm Wishes looks so pretty with its pink undertone in a coral base.
Two coats applied, artificial light.