China Glaze Techno

China Glaze came out with a slew of glitters in their Specialty Collection (also called Glitters and Cremes) and I actually bought all 50 of the polishes.  One was Techno, a small round glitter that reflects rainbows, with reflective microglitter in a clear base.  They decided to repromote this color with their Spring 2012 ElectroPop collection but I'm happy to say that the bottle was the exact same.  Because this is a clear base, I decided to use my existing Sunshine Pop manicure.  This is 2 coats of Techno followed by a top coat of Seche Vite.


Here in the sun, the reflective glitter is all over the place - happy happy!  I also love how it bounces around in the bottle.


In the shade, the glitter still holds some reflective qualities, although not as much.


And finally indoors with the flash - it's funny, the bottle is all bling but the nails are a bit dull with the flash.  Regardless, it's a great happy manicure that helps tone down the stark yellow properties of Sunshine Pop.  I'm glad I picked this up when I did and I think you'll like it too!  In case you missed it, Techno is a good dupe for Lynderella Mercury's Rainbow, as I compared the two here.  Enjoy!



China Glaze [Website] [Facebook] [Twittercan be found online through several etailers, including my favorite Head2Toe BeautySally's Beauty Supply as well as TransDesign.

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

10 comments

  1. Ooh do you know where I can find a list of all 50 polishes from that collex?

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    1. I do have them all listed on my spreadsheet so you can see the names. Head 2 Toe has some of them still available on this page: http://head2toebeauty.com/nail_polishes/npo_china_glaze3.htm

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  2. Very pretty polish. I wonder how it compares to Nicole by OPI's Make U Smile from the Justin Bieber collection, which I love.

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    1. I didn't even think about it! Make U Smile doesn't reflect any rainbows like Techno http://www.polishgalore.com/2011/06/nicole-by-opi-make-u-smile.html

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    1. Yeah, it's one polish that I wouldn't have thought to layer over yellow, but it sure works nicely together!

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  4. It's a fun one - was glad it got re-released in this collection since I never got it the first time around.

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    1. Ooh good! I am glad they didn't change anything about it as well so I didn't feel like I HAD to get it. :]

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