China Glaze Electric Lights Swatches And Review

China glaze electric nights

Disclosure: Contains press samples

China Glaze Electric Nights combines two of my guilty pleasures:  neons and the movie Spring Breakers.  The moment I saw the promotional images, all I could conjure up mentally was James Franco’s character Alien chanting, “SPRING BREAKKKKKKKKK”

Random:  I still love Skrillex’s “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites”.  It reminds me of the early phase of my relationship with my husband.

China Glaze Electric Nights Summer 2015 - Can I Get An Untz Untz over Daisy Know My Name

Can I Get An Untz Untz (one coat over Daisy Know My Name?)

 

China Glaze Electric Nights Summer 2015 - Daisy Know My Name

Daisy Know My Name? (two coats)

 

China Glaze Electric Nights Summer 2015 - DJ Blue My Mind

DJ Blue My Mind (two coats)

 

China Glaze Electric Nights Summer 2015 - Glow With The Flow

Glow With The Flow (two coats)

 

China Glaze Electric Nights Summer 2015 - Home Sweet House Music

Home Sweet House Music (two coats)

 

China Glaze Electric Nights Summer 2015 - Let The Beat Drop over Plur-ple

Let The Beat Drop (one coat over Plur-ple)

 

China Glaze Electric Nights Summer 2015 - Plur-ple

Plur-ple (two coats)

 

China Glaze Electric Nights Summer 2015 - Point Me To The Party over Red-y To Rave

Point Me To The Party (two coats)

 

China Glaze Electric Nights Summer 2015 - Red-y To Rave

Red-y To Rave (two coats)

 

China Glaze Electric Nights Summer 2015 - Treble Maker

Treble Maker (two coats)

 

China Glaze Electric Nights Summer 2015 - UV Meant To Be

UV Meant To Be (two coats)

 

China Glaze Electric Nights Summer 2015 - Violet-Vibes

Violet-Vibes (two coats)

The crème polishes are impressive…they are all two-coaters for me.  While I enjoy the neon satin glitters, the clear base is quite gloppy and makes it hard to fish out enough glitter for an even coat.

I had a bit of difficulty capturing the brightness of colors (Daisy Know My Name, DJ Blue My Mind, Red-y To Rave) on camera.  I highly recommending seeking these out in person.

The two-coater formula qualifies the crème polishes as a must-have.  Yellow is notoriously hard to apply, but Daisy glides on the nail flawlessly.  My personal favorites are Plur-ple and Red-y To Rave.  If you do decide to buy the glitters, take note that the glitter is arduous to fish out and multiple coats will result in a thick, impossible-to-dry mess.

I might be eight years too old to partake in spring break, but I’ll settle for a fun, fluorescent Electric Nights mani.

J

More about Janice

Janice Agagas-Welch is a Filipino Navy brat raised in Northwest Florida living the good life in the Lowcountry. She’s a married dog mom and licensed nail technician who has owned over 2000 polishes over the last 5 years. She also loves food, cider, mid-1990s R&B, college football and anything Peanuts/Snoopy-related.

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