Now for the giveaway!!
This giveaway is for all Five shades as well as the Ghoulish Glow top coat. Please enter using the Rafflecopter widget below. Must be a follower of Let them have POLISH! (on social media platform of choice) to win. Must be 18 years of age or older, or you must have your parent’s permission to enter. Due to the hazards and difficulty of shipping nail polish internationally, this giveaway is open to US residents only. Giveaway closes on November 7th, 2014 at Midnight, EST. Prize will be shipped by myself. The winners will have 48 hours to claim their prize, after which new winners will be chosen as necessary. Please be sure to provide with a current email.
China Glaze Rest in Pieces– This glitter topper is made up of warm prismatic gold hexes and bars in varying sizes. The gold is accented by black hexes in varying sizes. I found this topper easy to work with and was happy to see that the bar glitters remained flat on the nail. Shown is one coat of Rest in Pieces over China Glaze Giver’s Theme, and top coated.
China Glaze I Love Your Guts– This unique beauty is such a hit for me. This shade features a saturated light red base packed with micro silvery shimmer and small black glitter. This shade dries to a beautiful satin-matte finish which is only made better by the amazing touch of silver shimmer. I could have gotten away with just one coat of this shade, shown are two coats.
China Glaze But Of Corpse!– The names though :’-D. This cool shade is the vibrant, lime green version of I Love Your Guts. This pretty has a zombie-flesh/ Frankestein feel to it, yet it manages to be completely beautiful and unique. The formula on this shade is a bit more thin than it’s red counterpart, but it still did well in two easy coats.
China Glaze Don’t let the Dead Bite– This awesome shade is a soft pink-ish crelly base packed with soft red glitter in hex and bar shapes. The crelly base takes on the skin tone of whomever is wearing it so on myself it pulled a bit more coral than pink. I really love the effect this shade has and the formula was super easy to work with. Shown are two coats and a top coat.
China Glaze Getting to Gnaw You– This beauty is a black jelly base packed full of small bronze glitter. This shade was easy enough to work with, the first coat was a bit runny. That said, I only needed Two coats for full opacity. This pretty dries with a bit of grit so a top coat is a must.
I absolutely adore all of these shades! The names are so clever and the shades are unique. I love that they didn’t do “obviously Halloween” shades. These shades could be worn all year round. Some of these are especially beautiful for Fall.
Thanks for coming by and good luck to everyone entering!