I’m so glad it’s the weekend!! I’m working on Saturdays as well and I miss that extra holiday. :/
But there’s always blogging and my readers to look forward to on the weekends!
Today I’m reviewing a really pretty polish for summers, China Glaze High Hopes. It’s from their Up and Away collection. I had bought this along with Lemon Fizz. I really need to wear this more often now!
I really love the colour. This is what I call a true coral. But for the most part, it’s a coral that veers more towards pink rather than orange. I think it’s a shade that will look good against all skintones as well. It’s bright and eye catching, but not neon.
This applies really well. The consistency is on the thicker side but not unmanageable. It spread quite well and evenly. You could, depending on how you apply, need only one coat or two at best.
This doesn’t chip easily and stays on well for 4-5 days. There is some minor tipwear depending on what you do. If you need it to last the entire week, using a topcoat is better.
The polish has a nice creme finish which isn’t too glossy or high on shine. You might need a topcoat depending on your preference. I find is ok to wear without one though. It’s still glossy enough.
The brush is narrower than OPI, I’d say medium and what most polishes comes with. It isn’t my favourites but quite alright to work with and I’m used to it by now.
With China Glaze you get 14ml for around Rs. 500. You can at times find reasonable discounts online though. I love the colour and the quality!
Photos and swatches!
Name: High Hopes
Brand : China Glaze
Colour : Bright Coral
Product Amount : 14ml
Consistency : medium and creamy
Finish : semi-glossy
Coats : 1-2 coats.
Application : Smooth and even
Durability : 4-5 days
Shelf Life : 36 months.
Price : Rs. 500.
Overall : 5/5