September 10, 2013

Two More China Glaze Autumn Nights Polishes!

 Purchased by me.

Today I have the other two polishes I purchased from the China Glaze fall 2013 Autumn Nights collection. Both polishes are shown with a coat of Essie Good to Go on top. You know I had to get the emerald green shimmer, China Glaze Tongue & Chic! I am a sucker for emerald polishes and this one is a nicely blackened version. It's also a little more teal/blue leaning than a true emerald green, making it different from some of the other emerald polishes released this fall.

Tongue & Chic was super easy to apply and nicely opaque. This is two coats. It was nearly opaque in one coat, but I did a second to increase the depth and shimmer. There might be similar colors out there, but if you don't already own them, you can't go wrong with Tongue & Chic.

 Purchased by me.

My last (as of now) pick from this collection is China Glaze Red-y & Willing. I rarely wear reds, but for some reason I just really wanted this. It's SO glowy, it just called my name. In my defense, it is a more unique color than other reds I own. It has a purple-y berry tinge to it that none of my other glowy reds have. I own orange reds, blackened reds, true red reds, but no berry glowy red until now. See? I knew I could justify this.

If you need further justification, Red-y & Willing has the same great pigmentation and formula as the other three polishes I got from this collection. It's an easy two coater with no fuss. I think my final verdict on the Autumn Nights polishes I bought is that they aren't ooh and ahh stunningly innovative polishes, but they are beautiful fall colors with excellent formulas.

Purchased by me.

The China Glaze Autumn Nights collection is available now at salons and professional beauty supply stores nationwide. For more information, please visit or follow China Glaze on Facebook (@ChinaGlazeOfficial), Twitter (@ChinaGlaze) and Pinterest (

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