With Halloween coming closer I thought I would show you this year’s China Glaze Halloween collection named Monsters Ball. The collection consists of four different glitters, a textured polish and a glow in the dark polish (that I’m not going to show to you today :D)
Howl You Doin’
Ooh, I loved this one! With a dark base that seem to be purple based but that looks almost black, the purple and the pink glitters are glowing beautifully! The coverage was great and you can get away with one coat if you apply the polish carefully but two coats gives the glitter more depth. In the pictures below I’m wearing two coats.
Bat My Eyes
This is the first one that caught my attention from this collection. With the golden glitters infused into the black jelly base, this one could be applied on it’s own at two coats and over a black polish. I actually applied it over a black polish first and I loved that look. Applying it on itself it gets a little lighter color-wise and you’ll get more depth. I’m wearing two coats of Bat My Eyes in the pictures below.
I wanted to show you this one on it’s own but I realized soon that the polish gets a lot prettier when applied over a colored base. I used a medium gray polish as a base (Gina Tricot – Concreate Jungle) and applied one coat of Boo-Gie Down over it. The polish consists of copper, black and white different sized hexagonal and string glitter and I loved it actually much more than I expected to do!
This is a multi-colored glitter infused in a clear base. This might not be my favorite from this collection but it’s still pretty applied over a medium gray base (Gina Tricot – Concreate Jungle). The glitter is quite dense and one coat is enough to cover as in the pictures below.
Bump in the Night
Bump in the Night is a black textured polish that has quite an interesting look. It actually looks like fish-eggs on the nails and I loved it! The polish is VERY opaque and one coat covers completely!
The collection comes from Eleven.se
Have you got any of these polishes yet? If not, are you going to?