China Glaze Halloween nail polishes swatch + review [partial]

Purchased by Me buttonHmm, I know what you’re probably thinking…”Jessica, seriously, Halloween polishes in January?” and I’m saying, “Heck yes, awesomely bright colors anytime of the year!” Okay, onto the 4 nail polishes I picked up from last year’s China Glaze Halloween line.

China Glaze Lady and the Vamp 3-finger pose | Be Happy And Buy Polish

China Glaze Lady and the Vamp | Be Happy And Buy Polish

First is Lady and the Vamp, a hazard cone bright orange. This is 2 coats and no top coat.

China Glaze Ghostess with the Mostess over Lady and the Vamp 3-finger pose | Be Happy And Buy Polish

China Glaze Ghostess with the Mostess over Lady and the Vamp | Be Happy And Buy Polish

China Glaze Ghostess with the Mostess over Lady and the Vamp macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Over Lady and the Vamp is Ghostess with the Mostess, a clear based glitter topper with black, purple, orange, and green hexes. Horrid formula, unfortunately. It’s very thin and the glitters were so hard to get out of the bottle! This is 1 coat.

China Glaze Drink Up Witches 3-finger pose | Be Happy And Buy Polish

China Glaze Drink Up Witches | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Drink Up Witches (Gah! I love punny names!) is a fluorescent green. Not great formula here either, look how patchy it is! This is 3 coats plus top coat.

China Glaze Looking Bootiful 3-finger pose | Be Happy And Buy Polish

China Glaze Looking Bootiful | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Looking Bootiful is a red-toned bright purple creme nail polish. (More red-toned than I could capture.) Again, patchy formula. This is 3 coats plus top coat.

I picked these up on clearance in December – if you find any, definitely pick up Lady and the Vamp, as it is the clear winner. Do you rock any shade you want, any time of the year? Or do you follow the seasons?

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