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I'm a simple Scottish girl with an unusual name and a strange obsession for nail polish! My aim is to capture what the eye sees, with a camera! Too much nail polish and never enough time. Welcome to my little world :-)

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

China Glaze Wish On A Starfish

I wasn't sure about getting the China Glaze Sea Goddess collection. I was yes, I was no. Then I saw them on eBay for a good price (about £24 for the 6 that's including shipping!) and went for it.

This is easy to use, easy to apply and quick drying. It is very, very pretty. I didn't realise the collection was so textured, I expected it to be a more subtle effect. I was impressed with this one. Lasted really well.

Rating
Easy to use = 8/10
Application = 8/10
Drying time = 8/10
Lasted well = 8/10
Coats = 2
Finish = texture
Removal = tin foil and let soak for about a minute
Overall = 8/10
Purchased from = eBay from Canada

My Personal Rating = 9/10 it's an amazing polish and looks great :-)

8 comments:

  1. It reminds me a bit about Barry's Princess, but it's different, more pinky than salmon-like and it's a nice colour for spring, not exactly "my type" but it looks good on you. Looking forward to next ones too :)

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    1. I like it! It does remind me of a few others, Barry M and a Seventeen polish but it's slightly different! Thanks. I've got a few more to wear :-)

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  2. I like it too but better on somebody else. You know, everybody has colours that aren't comfortable for him/her. But I do like it on you, it's a lovely nail polish.

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    1. Yeah I know what you mean. I'm never really comfortable with browns! Thanks :-)

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  3. Me - the most with salmon and biting green. Or green shade looking like, excuse me, corpse nails or sthg like that. Or some shades of pink. Browns can be on my nails from time to time, but they aren't my favourites.

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  4. Browns are rarely on my nails! I quite like some greens, the ones that are more on the blue side of the spectrum tho! :-)

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