It’s blue! It’s grey! It’s blueish grey!
And I made it matte! Yay!
China Glaze – Sea Spray
Collection: Anchors Away | Spring 2011
Sea Spray is a polish that I’ve been iffy on for the longest time. When the collection first came out, I fell in love with this pastel blue grey. So much so that I didn’t notice the ugly shimmer in it until I was standing in line for the cashier at Sally’s. And then I put the bottle back on the rack and spent the next year debating whether I should buy it. Finally, they were going on clearance for discontinued production and I got my bottle for three bucks.
I don’t have any pictures of the polish un-mattified since I really hate the way that looks. Just imagine this with a strong opalescent sheen. I can’t really say I love this polish. The application was just okay, the formula being a little hard to work with. I didn’t really myself chance to test out the wear time on this, but I can say after two days of wear it was still chip-free. Of course, that may be because whenever I wear my nails matte, I put on a rapid dry topcoat and then top with a matte one to make the mani last longer as matte topcoats aren’t know for great wear times. Also, don’t quote me, but I think I’m wearing Matte Magic from China Glaze here.
Camera: Olympus E-PL1 | Lights: Natural; indoor | China Glaze – Sea Spray/Matte Magic