Brrr, it's nasty outside! A little snowfall followed by ice...the perfect recipe for a lazy, indoor day watching Christmas movies, right? But before all that ensues, let's take a look at the rest of the comparisons I have for the China Glaze Naughty or Nice Collection! Check out the first half here.
China Glaze Snow vs. OPI Alpine Snow. Both are basic white, but Snow is slightly softer and more muted. Alpine Snow applies better, in my opinion.
China Glaze Midnight Kisses vs. OPI Glitzerland. Midnight Kisses is more gold, whereas Glitzerland is a blonde, champagne color. Midnight Kisses is two coats, and Glitzerland takes three.
China Glaze Naughty or Nice, with Color Club Ready to Royal on the left and OPI William Tell Me About OPI on the right. My favorite out of the three is Naughty or Nice, with its jelly texture. It's hard to describe the difference between the three, so below is a shot of each with one coat, to show the base hues.
China Glaze Little Drummer Boy, with Entity Blue on the left and OPI Russian Navy on the right. Let's just say something right now: GORGEOUS. I love each of these polishes. It's really a personal preference. Blue is glittery, Little Drummer Boy is denim-y, and Russian Navy is almost burple, with a red shimmer.
China Glaze Cheers to You vs. FingerPaints Sparkling Snow. I definitely prefer Cheers to You on this one; it's more dense and foil-y, plus it only takes two coats, whereas Sparkling Snow takes three coats and isn't as shiny.
Jolly Holly vs. Np2 Atomic. Two great polishes; Jolly Holly is a truer green, and only takes one coat. Atomic takes two coats and has a more mossy quality, but it's a duochrome, so that's pretty neat. I would call them different enough that you could own both and not consider them dupes.
Well, that's all, folks! PS: the winner of the giveaway will be announced later today!
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