During the madness that is holiday sales I stumbled across China Glaze Ultra-Violet on ULTA’s website. The polish was one of six limited edition ULTA exclusives. Curious as to what exactly it was, I ordered both China Glaze Ultra-Violet and Cons-Ulta My Manicurist.
When I first received China Glaze Ultra-Violet I thought it may be a rebottled and renamed color from the Prismatics Collection. However, after swatching it there are some obvious differences. The polishes in the Prismatics Collection (like Prism) had a colored base with multicolored glitter. Ultra-Violet has a slightly milky base and gets it’s color from the predominantly violet glitter. Above it two layers of China Glaze Ultra-Violet. Pretty? Yes! Does it dry quickly? No!
The only other polish that caught my eye was Cons-Ulta My Manicurist, a pretty sky blue that was very vibrant. The formula was on the thin side, but very shiny!
A full list of ULTA exclusive shades:
- Ulta-Violet (multi color prism overlay)
- Be Bright Back (bright fuchsia crème)
- Sweet Talk To Me (soft purple/pink crème)
- Cons-Ulta My Manicurist (blush blue crème)
- Diamond In The Rough (silver flake overlay)
- Golden Seal (gold flake overlay)
Have you encountered any of these mystery shades from China Glaze?
Are there any others I should pick up?
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