29 February 2012

Color Club Blossoming Collection - Swatches and Review

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Color Club Blue-MingColor Club Blushing RoseColor Club SweatpeaColor Club LavendarlingColor Club Hydrangea KissColor Club Diamond Drops over Blushing RoseColor Club Diamond Drops over SweatpeaColor Club Diamond Drops over Lavendarling

Color Club Blossoming is a collection of typical crèmes with an interesting glass-like flakie topcoat.  Diamond Drops is not what I would call a traditional flakie, rather it appears like pieces of broken holographic glass shards on your nails!

Let’s start out with the most interesting polish:  Blue-Ming.  I think of this as much more green than blue.  It’s a very interesting, almost neon shade.  Very bright and in your face!

My favorite polish is Hydrangea Kiss.  I L♥VE Blue Hydrangeas!  This polish is very very close to China Glaze Electric Beat (comparison post coming soon!).

Blushing Rose.  Not my favorite.  I am not a fan of this shade of pink, and it was still kind of uneven after three coats.

Sweatpea and Lavendarling are shades we have seen before, but I really liked the formula on both of them.  Plus, you can never have too many medium purples, right?  (Think Orly Charged Up, OPI Funky Dunkey, etc.)
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