The PolishAholic: China Glaze Holiday 2015 Cheers Collection Swatches & Review

This collection has a nice mix of glitters and shimmers along with a couple cremes.
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Hi guys! Today I have the China Glaze Cheers Collection for Holiday 2015 to share with you. This collection has a nice mix of glitters and shimmers along with a couple cremes. This collection doesn’t feel overly holiday which I really enjoy. Check out the swatches after the jump!

Better Not Pout is a berry shimmer. This has that lit from within shimmer that China Glaze always does so well. The formula was good, it was a nice consistency and easy to apply with good opacity. I used 2 coats for the photos below.

Brand Sparkin’ New Year is a purple jelly with purple glitter and purple holographic glitter. The formula was ok, it was sheer but builds. It does dry with a fair amount of texture so you’ll need at least 2 coats of top coat to smooth it out. I used 3 coats plus top coat for the photos below.

Break The Ice is silver and silver holographic shard glitter in a clear base. I really like this one, its fun when a mainstream brand releases a fun glitter like this. The formula was good, it was a nice consistency and had good glitter payoff. I used 1 coat over Wine Down For What? plus top coat for the photos below. Both photos are in the shade.

Bring on the Bubbly is a gold glitter topper. This has various sizes of hex glitter in it. The formula was good, it was easy to apply and had great glitter payoff. I used 1 coat plus top coat over Mix and Mingle. Both photos are in the shade.

Coal Hands, Warm Heart is a black jelly base with silver holographic glitter and purple micro glitter. The formula was difficult for me, I found it thin and a bit hard to control. It was sheer but buildable, depending on how you apply it’ll either be a 2 or 3 coater. I used 3 coats plus top coat for the photos below.

Don’t Get Elfed Up is a blackened base with a heavy blue/green shimmer. This is somewhat similar to China Glaze Emerald Fitzgerald but the shimmer is a little bigger and more prominent. The formula was good, it was a good consistency and easy to apply. I used 2 coats for the photos below.

I Soiree I Didn’t Do It is a teal glitter bomb. This is full of micro glitter and is full coverage. The formula was ok, it was a little thin but it didn’t give me any issues with application. It was sheer but built easily. I used 3 coats plus top coat for the photos below.

Mix and Mingle is a purple creme. I like that China Glaze put this in the collection, usually when we get purples in a holiday collection they are vampy so its nice to see a bright one like this. The formula was good, it was a touch patchy on the first coat but completely opaque with the second coat. I used 2 coats for the photos below.

Peppermint To Be is a red shimmer. Like Better Not Pout this has a glowy shimmer that I really like! The formula was good, it was easy to work with and had good opacity. I used 2 coats for the photos below.

Son of a Nutcracker is a coral-y shimmer. This one was a bit hard to photograph, it was a lot more coral looking in person but my camera was picking it up more red. The formula was good, it was a nice consistency and easy to apply with good opacity. I used 2 coats for the photos below.

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Ugly Sweater Party is a dark pink jelly with purple and silver glitter. There may be other colors of glitter in this but its a bit hard to tell. The formula was ok, it was easy to apply but didn’t build up as much as I thought it would. I used 3 coats plus top coat for the photos below.

Wine Down For What? is a dark wine red creme. This is nice a vampy but it doesn’t look black. The formula was good, it was easy to apply with good opacity. I used 2 coats for the photos below.

The China Glaze Cheers Collection is available now wherever China Glaze is sold. Price varies depending on where you purchase from.

Source: The PolishAholic: China Glaze Holiday 2015 Cheers Collection Swatches & Review

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