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Review: China Glaze Electrify and Riveting from the Hunger Games Collection

Today is the day that I do things that have already been done by heaps of people but I don't care cos I'm super interesting!  Otherwise known as yay, I finally got the polishes I wanted from the China Glaze Hunger Games collection!  It seemed like I just kept missing out on the good polishes from the collection so colour me happy when I finally found Riveting, Electrify and Smoke and Ashes at my local beauty supply store - on sale no less.  Given that it seems as though the first two are designed to go together, together they shall go!

First up, I added two coats of Riveting, the brilliant orange glass fleck foil.  It's so sparkly and aggressively orange, it's great.  Application was nice too, the two coats were plenty.  Once dry, I used my usual glitter gradient trick, painting Electrify two thirds of the way down my nail on one coat, and a third down on the second.  Let me tell you, the combination is super sparkly and really does look like fire.  Given that I've just started reading the books, I now know this is relevant!







The Verdict:  I'm glad I finally have these polishes.  Everyone and their dog may have already reviewed them but I can see why, it's a great collection.  So sparkly.

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  1. Haha I did this too! xD Riveting is the best orange ever.

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  2. That combination is stunning! I'm delighted you reviewed them. It's always great to see other peoples opinions and use of nail polish :) and it does look different on everyone's nail.

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  3. I ordered these 2 colors off of amazon! I'm getting them in the mail tomorrow : D
    Sooo excited!!!

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