July 30, 2011

China Glaze Cracked Medallion: A Lemming Satisfied

After trying China Glaze Oxidized Aqua and Tarnished Gold, I decided it was necessary to purchase China Glaze Cracked Medallion. Cracked Medallion was one of my favorites based on the promo pictures, and it did not let me down in person. It was not easy for me to find Cracked Medallion, unfortunately. It was nowhere to be found at my useless Ulta, and not at the Sally's in my town either! Luckily, I found a display of China Glaze Crackle Metals in a Sally's a few towns over. The display was completely empty except for this one, lonely bottle of Cracked Medallion!

Cracked Medallion is very easy to apply, like the other two Crackle Metals I tried. It cracks very nicely as well. I used kind of thick coats for this look. This is one coat of Cracked Medallion over two coats of China Glaze Emerald Fitzgerald. What a perfect combination this is!! This may be one of my favorite crackle combos I have done so far. I can also see this being amazing over a vampy red. The bronze-y tones of Cracked Medallion would look great over any dark color in the fall.

I found this lone bottle at Sally's, so check your local Sally Beauty Supply for this collection! Don't forget that I'm giving away China Glaze Oxidized Aqua and China Glaze Tarnished Gold!


Liz said...

I love your pairing. I definitely need to get my hands on Cracked Medallion soon!

Never Enough Nails said...

Thanks Liz! I think Cracked Medallion will play nicely with a LOT of fall colors!