Monday, June 2, 2014

China Glaze Off Shore Review Part 1

Press Sample

Hello darlings! Summer is so close(At least in my part of the world) only 19 days away!! And with that I have the China Glaze Off Shore Collection to share with you. I've decided to split this collection into 2 parts, because there are 12 polishes in this collection. You can either buy them all, of course or separately but you also have the option of buying one of the two 6 packs, which is how I split them up. So today I'm going to show you the Stoked to be Soaked, with is 6 polishes which in my eyes looks like the beginning of the rainbow.



So lets start with Sea's the Day.
Sea's the Day is described as a a rich red creme. To me it's a beautiful raspberry red.
 Next we have Stoked to be Soaked.
Stoked to be Soaked is described as a primary orange creme. It is orange but it has a lovely orange shimmer that makes it okay to wear orange, I actually liked this orange a lot.
 Now we have If in Doubt, Surf it Out.
If in Doubt, Surf it Out is described as a mellow orange creme. This is a lovely melon orange, which seems to be one of the popular colors this year and I'm not mad.
 Following the oranges we have  Sun Upon my Skin.
Sun Upon my Skin is described as a yellow creme. I would describe it as a pretty pale yellow.
 Now onto the greens with Be More Pacific.
Be More Pacific is described as a Light Lime Creme. I really enjoyed the greens in this pack.
 Last but not least we have Shore Enuff.
Shore Enuff is described as a Green Creme. I have no idea why it shows up with a blue undertone on my monitor but Shore Enuff is green like a key lime pie... A true key lime pie. So in person this polishes isn't as pale.
 So what do you think of the 6-pack Stoked to be Soaked part of the China Glaze Off Shore Collection? All in all I enjoyed this collection, the colors are a breath of fresh air from all the spring pastels. The formula for these were awesome the only one I had to use more than 2 coats for was Sun Upon my Skin only because with yellows I find doing them in thin coats the best way to go. If you enjoyed these ways till you see part 2 tomorrow.

These retail for about $7.50 most places and the 6 pack for $45.00.

China Glaze Off Shore will be available in June 2014 at Ulta and Sally Beauty stores and .com, as well as in fine beauty supply stores and salons nationwide. 

For more information, please visit www.chinaglaze.com or follow China Glaze on Facebook (@ChinaGlaze), Instagram (@ChinaGlazeOfficial), Twitter (@ChinaGlaze) and Pinterest (pinterest.com/chinaglaze).


 *these polishes were sent to me for consideration and all opinions and thoughts are my own.







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