China Glaze Electric Nights Collection Summer 2015

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Hey guys! Happy April and happy April Fool’s Day! I don’t have any pranks for you today so don’t worry. I did think about doing one prank, but I thought it might be offensive so I decided not to do it. Are we getting too PC nowadays? It seems like it because I constantly find myself questioning if things I’m about to write could potentially offend someone. It’s not like I’m Ann Coulter or anything, but some people are really serious about this nail business! Well, today I have a new collection to share with you that we will all probably agree is fan-freaking-tastic. As you know, I get really excited when Summer collections start coming out so I was pretty much spazing out when I saw pictures of the China Glaze Electric Nights Collection for Summer 2015. As excited as I was, I was also really apprehensive because I know that neon collections an be really hard to pull off, and I always end up disappointed with the formula of the polishes. Well, let me show you the polishes before I let you know what I thought of them.

China Glaze Treble Maker 1China Glaze Treble Maker 2China Glaze Treble Maker

China Glaze DJ Blue My Mind 1China Glaze DJ Blue My Mind 2China Glaze DJ Blue My Mind

China Glaze UV Meant to Be 1China Glaze UV Meant to Be 2China Glaze UV Meant to Be

China Glaze Glow with the Flow 1China Glaze Glow with the Flow 2China Glaze Glow with the Flow

China Glaze Violet-Vibes 1China Glaze Violet-Vibes 2China Glaze Violet-Vibes

China Glaze Plur-ple 1China Glaze Plur-ple 2China Glaze Plur-ple

China Glaze Red-y to Rave 1China Glaze Red-y to Rave 2China Glaze Red-y to Rave

China Glaze Home Sweet House Music 1China Glaze Home Sweet House Music 2China Glaze Home Sweet House Music

China Glaze Daisy Know My Name 1China Glaze Daisy Know My Name 2China Glaze Daisy Know My Name?

Let me talk about the neon cremes before we get into the glitters…they are gorgeous. If you were expecting horrible formulas, then you will be pleasantly surprised because these are not problematic. They do not dry too quickly and do not dry satin/matte. They’re not perfect like some cremes because they do require a little more care when it comes to application, but since they are so gorgeous–do you really care? The key for me was to let the polish dry a little longer in between coats. If you do that, you can get away with two coats for most of these polishes. Daisy Know My Name? is the only one that gave me some trouble but that’s to be expected with yellows in general and this one is extra bright and somewhat sheer so I applied 4 thin coats. I would also like to mention that I did NOT wear a white base under these because I don’t think that they really need them. Yes, they are technically neons–some more than others–but they can also be called very bright cremes. In any case, I love them…I love them so hard.

China Glaze Point Me to the Party 1China Glaze Point Me to the Party 2China Glaze Point Me to the Party

China Glaze Let the Beat Drop 1China Glaze Let the Beat Drop 2China Glaze Let the Beat Drop

China Glaze Can I Get An Untz Untz 1China Glaze Can I Get An Untz Untz 2China Glaze Can I Get An Untz Untz

 I know everyone has been going crazy over these glitters, and I can totally see why. They have an indie vibe to them and they are super pretty. I decided to swatch them over white because I wanted to show you all the different colors within each bottle.  While it’s not difficult to get a decent amount of glitter on your brush, it is easy to flood your nails with the clear base. I recommend doing the dabbing method to avoid pooling of clear base at your cuticles. I think this glitters will look fabulous over black and over the saturated solid color polishes in this collection so I can’t wait to experiment.

Overall, China Glaze hit it out of the park with this collection. I love the colors, I liked the formula and I just think the feeling and vibe of this collection is fun and full of energy. I did not have any significant staining to report except for some minor staining from the two blues, but I was only swatching them and did not wear any base coat. The China Glaze Electric Night Collection officially comes out today but they’ve been available online at various etailers for a while now so you should be able to pick them up easily. Now I leave it to you: what do you think about this collection? I am really looking forward to hearing what you think so leave a comment below letting me know if you’re planning to pick any of these up and which are your favorites. Thanks so much for stopping by today, and I will talk to you soon!

 

 

 

32 thoughts on “China Glaze Electric Nights Collection Summer 2015

  1. I have most of these, but after seeing your post I think I need to go find the rest of them. lol. Beautiful swatches!!

  2. Your swatches don’t disappoint and I am loving this collection, they are fun for water marble and work so easily. Great swatches as to be expected (wink).

  3. Ann Coulter…lol!
    OMG…mostly non-problematic neons that don’t dry matte or require white undies/a zillion coats? *compiling list now*

  4. Cynthia, I always get into trouble after reading your posts and drooling over your beautiful swatches… 🙁 …. 🙂

  5. Gorgeous swatches as always! I love too many of these. My local Rite Aid just started carrying China Glaze (Southern California), I see trouble in my future ☺

      1. My local store started carrying both China Glaze and OPI about 3 weeks ago in their main polish display / “bar” … Keep an eye out at your local store, more stores should be following suit. They eliminated Fergie and L.A Girl lines to make room. But China Glaze is $7.50, I’d rather place an online order at lesser prices. If you are part of Rite Aid rewards, the discount will apply to polishes too : ) . … Fyi, I’m in Woodland Hills

  6. Ahhh, such pretties!! I was planning to skip these, but I don’t think I can now…thanks! LOL!
    I’m off to get Treble Maker, DJ Blue My Mind, Violet Vibes & Can I Get An Untz Untz (my fave soley for the name lol!). My wallet thanks you! 🙂

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