Beauty Reviews – China Glaze Nail Polishes

I’m so eager to share these raves with you babes because I’m really impressed with the quality of China Glaze nail polishes!
It’s actually my first time using them and whoa, they have done me proud! :DIn case you are wondering where I’d got them from, it’s at Scape @ Orchard, located next to Cineleisure outside of Old Town White Coffee.

Here’s the address and their website :

http://www.scape.com.sg

*SCAPE Co. Ltd
#05-01, 2 Orchard Link
Singapore 237978

Their location map :

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This place is relatively new and you find lots of trendy fashionable apparels, nail polishes, accessories, phone accessories, bags, shoes and many more! It’s a great place to hunt for good buys!The booth which I had gotten my nail polishes from was located on the extreme end near the staircase by the Toastbox Cafe. The place ain’t very big, so I’m sure you will manage to find it anyway 🙂

They are selling OPI nail polishes too, going at $10 each. I bought the China Glaze at 3 for $20! 1 for $8! 😀

I’m using China Glaze Emotion in this picture.

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With flash
Of course, the item that I’m gonna rave today would be…THIS !!!

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This quick dry nail polish is really really good! It delivers what it promises! Waiting time for it to dry was very fast! This should be applied AFTER the top coat application. Top coat is a MUST – prior to any coloured nail polish and after it. Top coat helps to prevent your nails from damaging and yellow stains. Plus, it gives the nail colour an enchanting gloss as well! :)This is the Top Coat from China Glaze I bought 🙂

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It’s not bad too :)It’s really quite worth it to get the ‘3 for $20’ promo since 1 is approx $6.66! Plus, we ladies can never have too many nail polishes (even though they are of almost the same shades…) right? 😉

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Imma gonna get more nail polishes from China Glaze! :DPlease note that China Glaze nail polishes ARE NOT MADE IN CHINA! They are Made in USA! 😀

I too had the misconception as well, but who can you blame when almost everything and anything are MIC now? The only reason why they named it ‘China Glaze’ is because “Our unique lacquers contain China Clay as a nail hardener, the same material that gives porcelain its shiny finish” as extracted from their website.

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But be sure to check on the authenticity of the products you purchase especially for online purchases, since China are multi-talented in imitating others! Think 2 Apple stores, Victoria Secret shows and IKEA!Happy painting babes and thanks for reading! 😀 <3

Overall rating :

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*Some of the nail polish are starting to peel off already..! So no full marks! 🙁