July 23, 2012

China Glaze I Herd That- You Need It.


I'm really enjoying ALL of the China Glaze On Safari Fall 2012 polishes, but if you're on a budget and can only buy one of them, I have that one for you today!! This stunner is China Glaze I Herd That. I Herd That is a lovely mix of sugar fine copper glitter and what looks like some holographic glitter in there too. These sugar-y glitters are so amazing, I hope China Glaze continues to make more of them.



These fine glitters are very easy to apply and go on evenly. This is three thin coats, but it could be opaque in two slightly thicker coats. I am all for a full coverage glitter, so sign me up for this beauty.


I think fine glitters are the best for sponging too! I Herd That would look delicious sponged on the tips of ANY of the cremes from On Safari, but I picked Prey Tell to try it out with first.


If you've never done any sponging, it's very simple. Do your base color and allow to dry. You will then need a sponge of some sort (I use a white wedge make-up sponge) and a piece of paper. Next, dab a nice pool of polish onto the paper. I like to dip the sponge into the polish and then dab the sponge on the paper to get rid of some of the excess polish before sponging the glitter on to your nails. This way, you can start with a light coat of glitter on your nails and build up the tips to have more glitter.


Come fall, I'll be sporting this look pretty often!


I LOVE I Herd That and definitely recommend that you pick it up. It's a versatile glitter that can be worn alone, layered, and sponged!

I have to order a couple more of the On Safari polishes now!! (Jungle Queen!!)

The China Glaze On Safari collection is available now at a salon or Ulta near you.

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5 comments:

Peace, Love and Polish said...

I absolutely love it layered/gradient!

Reb Mintoff said...

I love it as a gradient, not so much as a whole nail color!

Never Enough Nails said...

It definitely looks extra special as a gradient, ladies!! I plan to use it over vampys like it's my job! Would you pick it up to use for gradients??

MissAdelinne said...

I love this gold polish!

Sasha said...

I picked up I Herd That this weekend after seeing your post- it's gorgeous and I can't wait to try it this week!