Slap my nuts and call me Barbie! I never thought a parcel from Singapore took less than 10 days to land in Sweden. I placed this order nine days ago and here it is. This specific parcel contained three polishes from the Halloween offerings of China Glaze, the Monsters Ball collection.
Just a quick swatch for now.
Boo-gie Down is a fun glitter topper. Black, white and copper hexes in two sizes, small black and copper glitter, plus a few thin black bars and very few large black hexes. I never got my hands on any toppers from the Glitz n Pieces collection, but to me this looks like a halloween version of those. This is one dabbed coat plus topper.
Bump In The Night, a textured jet black thingy that dries semi matte. Looks just like a road after a rain storm, I want to drop crispy orange leaves on this and then drink a cup of hot tea… This is one coat, no topper obviously.
Howl You Doin’ is a warm toned purple jelly with blue and red glitter, which comes off as blurple and hot pink in the tinted base. It also has a very pretty tiny metallic flake that looks light pink. Two coats plus topper here.
As I understand it, there are at least two more polishes in the Monsters Ball collection:
– Fang-tastic, blue and purple or maybe pink glitters.
– Bat My Eyes brown or green glitter, something that might be similar to It’s Alive from the Haunting collection from 2011.
I guess these will be readily available soon, but right now I can’t find any info at all about a release date. I was lucky to stumble over them at PolishAlley, a fun little Singaporean webshop that seems to be very up to date with China Glaze. They also have a special offer if you buy 3 or more China Glazes and might have the fastest service I’ve ever encountered outside Sweden. I can’t wait to see how I like these on. Soon!