Thursday, July 29, 2010

Not Impressed.

China Glaze Flying Dragon
OPI Catch Me In Your Net

OPI Catch Me In Your Net
A pretty blue-green, sparkly color.


China Glaze Flying Dragon
Purple with blue glitter
Here are the indoor/outdoor shots of the colors I picked out at my latest salon trip. I am a big fan of China Glaze. I love the consistency, the pigments in their colors, and the long-lasting wear-ability. This color, Flying Dragon, was a disappointment! It went on really thin, and just didn't awe me. In fact, I had the tech paint 3 coats on my toes!
OPI's Catch Me In Your Net was pretty, but I think I would have loved it on my toes better. The blue-green color is pretty and has some sparkle to it, but I didn't like it on my hands. Plus, the color chipped the very next day.


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5 comments:

Lucy said...

I kind of like Flying Dragon..your pedi looks great :-)

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polishsis said...

I just posted a new review on my blog this week called: The best purple polish ever: China glaze Flying Dragon :-)
LOL, don't you just love different opnios!

Oh and I honestly think Flying Dragon wouldn't be my pedi of choise, I like my toes to be more bright. Wearing Color Club Ultra Violet now for a pedi ( over another creme purple, Ultra violet is so sheer ). If you own it you should try it.

peripatetic33 said...

china glaze flying dragon is an older polish and seems to be going thru a resurgence of use and posting lately - funny when a trend like that occurs

sprinkles said...

I like the purple.

Jackie S. said...

I agree Flying Dragon was thin and needs a minimum of 3 cats, but it is still very pretty!

That all being said, I like the color on your toes, but Catch me in your net, would have been better for the toes :)