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.
Can I Get An Untz Untz (one coat over Daisy Know My Name?)
Daisy Know My Name? (two coats)
DJ Blue My Mind (two coats)
Glow With The Flow (two coats)
Home Sweet House Music (two coats)
Let The Beat Drop (one coat over Plur-ple)
Plur-ple (two coats)
Point Me To The Party (two coats)
Red-y To Rave (two coats)
Treble Maker (two coats)
UV Meant To Be (two coats)
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.