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China Glaze Wicked Collection (3 colours)

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Hi everyone! It’s that time where the end of my project is drawing nearer and I have tried to stay on task, so I haven’t been posting a lot for the time being. I received my nail mail a few days ago and swatched 3 colours that I purchased from the China Glaze Wicked collection. The 3 that I got were Glitter Goblin, Immortal and Make a Spectacle. I apologise for the lack of photos, as I will only be showing one picture for each colour.

First, we have Immortal. Immortal is a medium grey, (kind of like concrete, but not as dark) packed with shimmer particles that flash pink, purple, blue and the basic white/silver shimmer. Its an interesting colour and looks better in real life! Swatch shows two easy coats with no topcoat.

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Next up is Glitter Goblin. I honestly did not want to buy this one since I didn’t think I’d like the orangey glitter. I thought I would buy it anyway and hope for the best – and I’m glad I did! As soon as I applied it to reach maximum opacity, I really liked how it looked! Happy surprise right there 🙂

Glitter goblin is a mix of a deep orange glitter and holographic glitter suspended in a clear base. It’s heaps more sparkly in real life. Application was pretty good, with the glitter being quite dense and no problems with dragging the glitter off the nails. Swatch shows 3 coats with no topcoat.

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Last, but not least is Make a Spectacle. When I first saw this glitter, It reminded me of something I already owned – Kleancolor Sugarcoat, but when I double checked it again, they are similar but not the same. I haven’t compared them yet, but from observation, one is more dense than the other. Make a Spectacle is a mix of irridescent medium hex glitter as well as smaller particles, all densely packed in a clear base.
This looks best over darker colours such as blacks, deep blues and purples. If you are after a more subtle look, this would look great over white, light pinks and blues. Swatch shows one easy coat over OPI Ink with no topcoat.

So there we have it! What do you think of these colours/collection? Let me know what you think and whether or not you picked up any from this collection 🙂

My next swatches will probably be the OPI’s Skyfall collection and China Glaze’s Holiday Joy collection. SAH EXCITED! Look forward to seeing you all in the next post! Take care,

//Linda



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