Wednesday, September 23, 2009

China Glaze Semi-Update: Glazed and Confused

I've been getting soooo confused about the China Glaze glitter polishes, especially since I can't find information on the China Glaze website. Well, why didn't I think of Twitter? I discovered through a search that China Glaze is there tweeting like mad, and in turn I'm following links to blogs that are sharing information on all this. AND, China Glaze did tweet at me that the Glitters and Chromes was indeed a Sally Beauty Exclusive (but I don't know why you can get some of them at online stores I've seen...?).

So, I was missing one polish, according to a September 17 post on Sparkled Beauty, from the Sally Beauty collection: Millennium, a silver chrome. Oops! At this point I don't know if I am trying to collect items to have full sets of things (I think that's my mindset!), or if I really want all of them. So, to make sure, best to get all of them!! Uh, that's my story, and I'm sticking to it, as they say. :-P

I have seen a wonderful selection of this China Glaze collection on Victoria Nail Supply, and today Body and Soul did an amazing spring "Skittles" swatch of "Trophy Wife" (pink), "Blue Hawaiian," "Sunshine," and "Sour Apple" (bright green). All of the colors were at VNS, and I had been really curious to see them!! Very springy and colorful!! I'm curious how much like Dream Sicle (orange cream glitter) they are. I got the Dream Sicle, but it doesn't look like it is an official part of Chromes and Glitters at Sally....who knows!

Well, I have upcoming posts on Cleopatra and Nova, and more to come on "Glitter Week" at Euridice-Beauty! All I can do is just keep on buying and swatching!!!

2 comments:

Halifax said...

Thanks for the shout out :-) I totally understand the need of collecting the whole set. It drives me crazy not being able to find Atlantis

Euridice said...

I hope you find Atlantis soon! We seem to have plenty of it at the two Sallys I've been to, lately. But I am still not finding Millenium!

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