China Glaze Sea Goddess Collection Swatches

China Glaze Sea Goddess Collection Swatches

Today on the blog I have swatches from the China Glaze Sea Goddess collection – 6 textured shades perfect for spring. Read below for close up pics and review…

China Glaze Sea Horsin' Around

Seahorsin’ Around is a turquoise blue with slight shimmer textured polish! This one is my personal favorite from this collection. The application was amazing with 2 coats…literally couldn’t stop staring at this one. Looks amazing in the sun.

China Glaze Shell we Dance?

Shell we Dance?Β is a light pink texture with a hint of gold shimmer and glitter. This one is also 2 coats!

China Glaze Tail Me Something

Tail Me SomethingΒ is a lavender texture. It has a metallic finish to it, similar to Seahorsin’ Around! 2 coats.

China Glaze Teal the Tide Turns

Teal the Tide Turns is a light teal texture with turquoise glitters. For some reason I had a difficult time applying this one, its a sheer jelly and took me 3 coats. On the 3rd coat I was able to get an even coat of color.

China Glaze Sand Dolla' Make You Holla

Sand Dolla Make You Holla was another one that was difficult to apply. It is a milky white base with different color glitters. The application was similar to Teal the Tide Turns…but overall looks decent after 3 coats. Love how it looks was just difficult to apply πŸ™‚

China Glaze Wish on a Starfish

Wish on a Starfish was another favorite of mine! It is a light pink texture with tons of gold shimmer, so gorgeous! Application was great with this one- 2 coats.

Overall, I really love these textured polishes…I think China Glaze did a fantastic job! With the exception of a couple difficult to apply ones, the colors and combinations are amazing and unique.

Since I was doing swatches, I really didn’t keep most of them on longer than 10 minutes. I wore Seahorsin’ Around and Shell we Dance? overnight, and the texture gets even more intense the longer you keep it on. So just a note: these photos might not show the complete true texture.

As for removal, not too bad. I used a 180 grit file to buff off most of the texture, and then removed the remaining with acetone.

Which one is your favorite?

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  • Arvonka February 24, 2014 01.30 pm

    Your swatches make me want to buy all of them! They look amazing! πŸ™‚

    • admin February 24, 2014 02.03 pm

      Thank you! <3

  • Manisha February 24, 2014 09.04 pm

    These are such pretty texture polishes

  • Squeaky Q February 25, 2014 12.36 am

    I love Teal the Tide Turns! Beautiful photos πŸ™‚


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