China Glaze Towel Boy Toy

China Glaze Towel Boy Toy is the lone neon shimmer from the Poolside collection.  It's funny, you would have never caught me dead wearing blue nail polish a few years ago, and now I'm quite pleased to do so.  I did not use a white base with this, but instead just some Seche Natural for my base, 3 coats of Towel Boy Toy, and a top of Seche Vite.  Despite the bad cleanup on my cuticles, this polish was very well behaved - even for a neon.  I really didn't have any issues with steaks or anything.  What I am having issues with is my nails themselves.  I tried buffing out the ridges to try and smooth some layers out but that didn't quite work.  I have the entire Seche system from Sally's, that I want to try for a week (sometime), and I also bought another product at Sally's to see if that works.


Without further complaining about my nails, here's a "sun" (cloudy) picture from yesterday followed by one in the shade.  I totally rocked this color for Easter Sunday mass, heck yeah.
One thing I have to mention about this color was that the shimmer made it much less retina burning neon than the other colors in the collection.  I think this would really rock for an 80s party.



China Glaze [official website] can be found online through several etailers, including my favorite Head2Toe Beauty [official website], Sally's Beauty Supply [official website] as well asTransDesign [official website].

Disclosure: The product[s] in this post was [were] provided to me by the company for consideration.  For more information, please read this post.

7 comments

  1. That blue is stunning.. I have been on such a blue kick lately too.. Why would I stop now?! I will probably have to snag this bad boy..

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  2. Is it just me or is this the perfect polish?
    -China Glaze?, check
    -Blue?, check
    -Neon?, check
    -A little bit of shimmer?, check

    LOVE IT!

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  3. I love the name of that one!

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    http://productrater.blogspot.com/

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  4. It's best to email China Glaze directly to find out where it's sold in your country. http://www.chinaglaze.com

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