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Purple China Glaze Crackle Nails

Have you ever been in a purple phase? I seem to be having this phase now for more than 2 months where everything I want needs to be purple.
So once again my wonderful world provides me with the tools to make my needs a reality. I started off with China Glaze’s Spontaneous which is a mid-tone purple. I should have stopped there but no…. I continued on with China Glaze’s crackle in Fault Line.


Now I have to admit that the crackle cracks nicely enough with a light coat. The formula is a bit thicker to work with even though this was a brand new bottle. But for some reason I wasn’t impressed. I am thinking it’s because the two purples didn’t give enough contrast to appreciate the crackle effect. I would probably just repeat with a lighter colour underneath or see if I can find the crackle metal polishes instead.
P.S. The crackle polish was $38TT in Wonderful world while the normal china glaze goes for $30TT. Check out www.chinaglaze.com to see all their colours.

XOXO
Your China Doll
In T’dad

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