Tuesday, July 8, 2014

China Glaze Glistening Snow + Nails Inc. Noho


China Glaze Glistening Snow (index and middle fingers) is a dense, holographic silver glitter. Think of it as a full-coverage version of the beloved Fairy Dust! I used 3 coats. The formula was good and easy to control. I've had this for several months to a year now, which is when I generally find many of my China Glazes to have dried up a little. I noticed this one didn't escape the same fate when I applied it, but it's nothing some thinner can't fix! :) It dried very gritty so I used 3 coats top coat.

Nails Inc. Noho (ring and pinky fingers) is a black that produces a leather effect once it dries. The leather effect is much smoother than the texture effect. I think it'll be great for people who don't like how rough the texture effect is. I used 2 coats. The formula was amazing! It was the standard Nails Inc. formula: very pigmented, buttery, and easy to control and apply. The effect materialized soon after application. It dried quickly. I didn't use top coat in order to preserve the finish.

Thanks for looking! See you on the other side of the day!



  1. These two look good together. I'm loving China Glaze Glistening Snow though.

  2. Very nice mani!

    wonder how similar the leather effect is to the SinfulColors rubberized ones--I should do a comparison. I *think* I have a leather one in my untrieds.