Hello all! Happy Wednesday! It has been snowing all day where I live and it's nice and cold so I've been bundled up in a blanket staying warm and watching TV, but I decided I should probably do something productive, so here we are! This is the first polish I have to share with you from the new China Glaze Glitz Bitz 'N Pieces Collection!
This is Razzle Me Dazzle Me by China Glaze. As I said previously it is part of the Glitz Bitz 'N Pieces Collection. It may be difficult to tell, but the colored hex glitter pieces in this polish are actually a super light pink! As much as I would have liked a fuchsia glitter, this is absolutely fabulous! The pink hex glitters are in different sizes. Small, medium, and large. Along with the pink glitters there is an awesome mix of black glitter! Gawd I LOVE it! The black glitters come in the same small, medium, and large sizes, but they also come in an extra large size as well. The extra large hex glitters don't show up too often, but trust me they are in there. Bar glitters are also mixed in as part of the black mix. The glitter is suspended in a clear base.
My camera had a hard time capturing this polish and I couldn't pin point a good setting to make the photos super crisp, so these are a bit fuzzier than usual. My camera was just having a stroke from all the beauty that is this polish. No big deal.
What I have on my nails is one coat (yes, one coat!) of Razzle Me Dazzle Me over China Glaze Immortal. I love the look of the super pale pink glitter over grey. Something about grey and pink always makes me love it. I think it's the whole girly/edgy thing. I also have a coat of Out The Door top coat to smooth everything out.
The application for this was ABSOLUTELY OUTSTANDING! Yes, all caps needed. One coat of this and your nail will be completely covered. There is also no fuss needed. The glitter stays put and doesn't drag with the brush. WIN! You could probably build this up and wear it on it's own, but I think I would prefer the layered look.
The consistency is a bit thick, but not the thick you would expect though. It isn't the base that is thick, it's more of the glitters fault. With that said, it didn't give me any problems whatsoever. It was super easy to apply.
As long as you use top coat, you will get a smooth finish. The glitter lays pretty flush with the nail so a top coat will smooth anything out.
Up close gives you an idea of the different glitters and sizes. Sad face for the fuzziness though. This was, believe it or not, the least fuzzy close up I could get. I really need to invest in a macro lens my kit lens just isn't cuttin' it.
I love this polish! Without a doubt. It's definitely worth checking out.
This polish collection is scheduled for a February release, but you may be able to find them early like I did!