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Review: China Glaze How About a Tumble!!

So I have something a little different to show you today.  I went to dinner last night with my friend Laura (who likes it when I talk about her, cos she then appropriates the entire post as being about her) and walking back, we came across a salon with $10 manicures.  Done!, says we.  I was just excited for someone else to do my nails, as well as to try a new polish, without having to buy it.  Inside, though, I couldn't believe my eyes; A POLISH FROM THE CHINA GLAZE KALEIDOSCOPE COLLECTION.  I'd heard about people finding the China Glaze holo polishes in out-of-the-way salons but never thought I'd actually find one. It it my great pleasure to show you How About a Tumble, an absolutely gorgeous lilac holo China Glaze polish!

It may have only been $10 but I think my (male!) manicurist did a good job.  After a nice cleanup and rub-down, he applied three coats of How About a Tumble.  It's a little sheer but you get decent coverage after three coats.  I just can't get over how gorgeous this polish is.  Not only have you got that beautiful scattered rainbow, but you get a nice soft lilac colour and a decent sparkle even in non-direct light.  It's also wearing really well too.  






The Verdict:  OMG, I love this so much.  You can bet your bum I bought this off the guy, even though it's used, and at $8, it's quite the bargain.  I love the soft colour and strong rainbow.  I can tell that this is going to get me hooked on dusty hunting though :(

The Polish:

  • China Glaze How About A Tumble, $8 (!!!), Koreatown nail salon, Toronto






















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