Essie’s Sweet Time of the Year 2009

Essie Winter Mini 4-Pack

Go through this sweet time of year with Essie’s Mini 4-Pack. Three new limited-edition nail colors, and one treatment all in mega mini sizes. Set includes: Lollipop, Rock Candy and Mint Candy Apple nail colors and 3-Way Glaze nail treatment.

  • 0.16 oz. each.
  • By Essie.
  • Available online only.
  • Limited edition.
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China Glaze Glitter


China Glaze Specialty  Colors : 50 Glitters, Shimmers and Cremes to Delight You
China Glaze has taken the hottest in fashion, Cosmetics and hair care and created innovative new colors just for you ! 50 new glamorous glitter, sumptuous shimmer and luxurious cremes allow for the ultimate in self-expression. There are never ending option and combinations.
Color :
From pastel light to banging brights, choose from a wide range of unique and beautiful hues.
Feeling girly and fun ? Try “Preppy Pink ” or ‘Sunshine”. Letting out your inner rocket ? “Cosmic” or “Meteor Shower” reflects your jammin’ mood.
Glitters :
China Glaze offers a kaleidoscope of glittering lacquer featuring brilliant light reflectors in all colors and size. “Dreamsicle” combines high pigment color, with sparkling rainbow flashes. “Solar Flare” puts bold, golden spheres in clear finish-use it by itself or layer it with other colors! “Silver Lining” shines with delicate silver sparkles, adding a magical touch to your manicure or pedicure.
Shimmers :
make an elegant statement with shimmer. Try a softer look with shimmer. Try a softer look with “Creme Puff” , a pale peach accented by a soft white light. Take it up a notch with “Trophy Wife”, a stylish pink boasting a golden sheen.
Cremes :
Luxurious color is at your fingertips. Rick cremes range from a delicate pastel like “Seashell” to an adventuresome white like “Snow”.
We know that you like choises, China Glaze brings you colors and finished for every mood, outfit and occasion. Express yourself.

China Glaze Khrome Collection 2009

Another new collection from China Glaze! This time it’s Khrome, a collection of metallics coming soon to an etailer near you!

I’m wondering if the finish of these will be similar or different to their early 2009 Romantique collection of metallic polishes. It would be nice if they somehow developed a less-streaky formula, which is the usual complaint people have with metallic or frost type finishes. We will just have to wait and see!

What are your thoughts on this collection? And are China Glaze getting a little trigger-happy at the moment with their abundance of releases?