Nail Polish

China Glaze: Four Leaf Clover

As a part of my promised attempt to make these posts shorter, I’ve decided to post about my nail polish adventures separately from other posts and to update the blog more often. I know some blogs update daily, and well, good for them. Maybe one day I’ll be capable of doing that. As for now, I’m just striving for “regular” updates. For better or worse that’s going to include more of my personal stuff mixed in with writing. Hopefully it’s enjoyable enough.

Nail polish: Four Leaf Clover by China Glaze

China Glaze Four Leaf Clover

I love glitter but after spending over ten minutes removing it from my nails each time I use it, I decided to give it a break for a few minutes.

Here’s a better photo of the polish (because it’s one of those shades that looks SO different depending on the lighting.)

Photo courtesy of alllacqueredup.com (click photo to link to the post.) Check out the site, I think they do a great job of reviewing products!

What I like: I always enjoy the China Glaze formula. It’s consistent and not streaky. While China Glaze isn’t my all-time favorite formula, it’s definitely up there and and it’s moderately priced to boot– $6.49 at Sally Beauty Supply.

What I dislike: I’m cheap and while $6.49 is considered moderately priced by today’s premium polishes, I still can’t bring myself to pay that price very often. And there’s no comparative color that I’ve been able to find in my favorite budget line, Sinful Colors.

Verdict: Definitely pick it up if you’re jonesing for a bright green. It looks fabulous with a white outfit.

Thoughts?

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