Backlog Post! China Glaze On Safari Collection – Better Late Than Never! | Photos and Review

So, these pictures have been lounging around my computer for a good couple of months. During all the crazy, I kept forgetting about posting these. I know, I know, I suck. Here are the swatches and review (to the best of my memory)

Adventure Red-y is a medium-dark “retro” red. It’s a red. But it’s one of my favorites. The formula is so flawless, and it’s opaque in almost one coat. So when I wear a red (which is rare) I’ll reach for this or Hey Sailor, depending on what kind of red I’m in the mood for.

Desert Sun is a dusty, muted, dark pumpkin orange. I mean real pumpkin, not neon-candy-bucket pumpkin. It’s a touch brown. Gorgeous. Love this color. Opaque in two coats, wonderful formula, on par with most of China Glaze’s polishes.

Elephant Walk is a slate grey shimmer with blue microshimmer. *sigh* This is the one I was most excited about. This is the one I haven’t really worn since swatching… Not for any reason except that I just don’t like it on me. Which is a bummer, because it really is a nice polish. Good formula and I believe it was completely opaque and even in two coats. The shimmer was nice and behaved well.

Exotic Encounters is a green leaning teal creme. Basically jungle green with a little blue in it. Opaque in two coats, but I did have slight bubbling from not waiting a little longer between coats. Really nice color, I think I’ve worn it twice, which considering my collection… is a lot.

I Herd That is a golden glitter with bronze, yellow, and holographic glitter. It’s a golden glitter bomb! This look so, so good on my nails and skin. Applied like a dream, even for a glitter. Wasn’t too hard to get off, and it wasn’t too hard to make smooth.

Jungle Queen is a muted purple, almost taupe, with wicked purple, red, and blue shimmer. Nearly opaque in one coat, though slightly uneven, as you can see on my ring finger. Apparently I missed some with that second coat… haha.

Kalahari Kiss is a yellow-tan. A traditional camel color. Really nice, I used it as a base for a giraffe manicure and it worked really, really well. The manicure itself wasn’t so hot. Kalahari Kiss was a tad more picky, I’m assuming due to the yellow pigment, and required two coats for it to be mostly even and completely opaque.

Purr-fect Plum is a dark wine color that was opaque to the naked eye in one coat, though with flash it looks uneven. Applied perfectly and a tad darker and redder than the bottle color. I actually love this color, even though I’m not a purple girl.


Well, that’s all I have to say about that. Busy day tomorrow! Good night guys!

Britni Rose

Disclaimer: Products featured in this post were provided for review. All reviews are honest and in no way influenced by anything other than my experience. Go here to view my full official Disclosure Policy.


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