Sunday, 5 August 2012

China Glaze Mistletoe Kisses Swatch and Review

I loved this polish sooo much more than I thought I would. China Glaze Mistletoe Kisses is from the Holiday 2010 Collection but I only recently acquired it. I actually bought it as an afterthought while purchasing my long-time lemming China Glaze Emerald Sparkle!! It is to my absolute surprise that I think I like it even more than Emerald Sparkle... :O Anyway, onto the swatches and review!

Mistletoe Kisses is a light green base with really dense silver microglitter. The translucent green base gives the polish depth and makes some of the glitter look green. It is a lovely full coverage glitter and I used three coats plus Seche Vite top coat.

I thought this photo looked really cool haha. The lines are due to my light - for some reason it just ends up having dark bars in photos.

- Easy application, completely opaque at three coats.
- Really sparkly!
- Relatively smooth for a glitter.
- Wear time was good - around 5 days with minimal chipping and next to no tipwear.

- Can't think of anything lol. I wish this formula came with every shade under the rainbow!
- Oh removal wasn't too fun but that's to be expected with a glitter and it was actually better than most other full coverage glitters.


Thanks for stopping by!

- J


  1. What a lovely China Glaze color, looks great on you :)
    I also wanted you to know I nominated you for a Liebster Award, you can follow the link for details!

  2. I'm in love with this! Check out my new post, I think you'd like it :)

    1. For some reason I can't see your profile, so I can't get to your blog :(

  3. I like that you give pros and cons for the stuff you review :)

    I'm nominating you for the Liebster Award as well, follow my blog back for the Award!

    (If you've already been nominated don't feel you need to post about it twice!)

    1. Thanks very much, Anthea! :) I'm now following your blog!

  4. Beautiful colour and I love the glitter

    Ellie | Misseblog xo

    1. Yes it is indeed beautiful :) looks more glittery in real life hehe