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06/26/2012

Color: Ride the Waves (China Glaze)Retail Price: $7.00 (USD)
This shade is from China Glaze’s summer 2012 Summer Neons collection. Just looking at the bottle, I was sure it would be a super pigmented, saturated creme (China Glaze does those so well!), but it’s actually a sheer royal blue jelly.
The formula for Ride the Waves is really great to work with, but I find this to be true with most jelly nail polishes. It’s so easy to create a clean manicure, and after the first coat, every layer afterward practically melts onto where it should be on your nail (that’s the best way I can explain it!). In the photo above, I am wearing three coats of nail polish, but for a less pigmented and more sheer final look, you can certainly get away with two coats.
Some people don’t like it when a nail polish might leave some visible nail line, but because a jelly nail polish is supposed to do that, I don’t really mind. My favorite thing about Ride the Waves is that it’s really lightweight (whether you’re wearing two or three coats) and is great for creating jelly sandwiches!
Disclosure: Product sample provided by China Glaze.

Color: Ride the Waves (China Glaze)
Retail Price: $7.00 (USD)

This shade is from China Glaze’s summer 2012 Summer Neons collection. Just looking at the bottle, I was sure it would be a super pigmented, saturated creme (China Glaze does those so well!), but it’s actually a sheer royal blue jelly.

The formula for Ride the Waves is really great to work with, but I find this to be true with most jelly nail polishes. It’s so easy to create a clean manicure, and after the first coat, every layer afterward practically melts onto where it should be on your nail (that’s the best way I can explain it!). In the photo above, I am wearing three coats of nail polish, but for a less pigmented and more sheer final look, you can certainly get away with two coats.

Some people don’t like it when a nail polish might leave some visible nail line, but because a jelly nail polish is supposed to do that, I don’t really mind. My favorite thing about Ride the Waves is that it’s really lightweight (whether you’re wearing two or three coats) and is great for creating jelly sandwiches!

Disclosure: Product sample provided by China Glaze.

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