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Sweet Hook on the China Glaze ElectroPop Collection

Hello all you China Glaze fans! I love me some China Glaze. One of their more recent collections, the ElectroPop collection is now out and available at our Wonderful World. This is a spring collection and consists of 12 shades. I was only interested in Sweet Hook which is a subtle, soft lilac colour. 
Now what I noticed was that the formula of this polish was a bit thicker that what I normally experience with China Glaze polishes. So when I applied the first coat it took a bit longer to dry and then applying the second was a bit goopy. I did use the China Glaze Strong adhesion base coat before the two coats of Sweet Hook. The colour does appear a bit more lilac on the nails as it appears in the bottle. 
 
Are you lovelies going to try any of these popping colours from the China Glaze Electropop collection?
Happy Popping!
XOXO
Naomi

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