China Glaze Seduce Me

During Sally's Beauty Supply "Buy 2, Get 1 Free" promotion, I walked in to see what "core" colors of China Glaze didn't I have, and want.  This color was one that caught my eye.  I found out tonight that Seduce Me is actually from China Glaze's Roses and Berries collection but I'm not sure when it came out.  It's listed on their website under the "MUST HAVE" collections.  I saw on the web that it was also a part of the Patent Leather in the City collection but I'm not sure the accuracy in that.  One website calls it a hi-gloss creme, but I'm calling it a jelly based on the waterlike smoothness that it had when dried.  It was almost a raspberry red, with a bit of purple tones in it.

I used a base coat of Seche Natural, followed by 2 coats of Seduce Me, and topped with a coat of Seche Vite.  The formula on this polish was very nice - not thick, not thin, no pooling in the cuticles either.  I do have super sad news.  On Friday, I was judging a local talent show at the high school I used to work at.  I literally walked into the auditorium and broke a nail pulling out my judge's chair.  I was so ticked off.  I had a glass file in my purse so I had to tear off the nail and file it down to nubbin territory (the break was that low), and sit there the rest of the show, silently fuming.  I got home, cut off all my nails, held back the tears, then remembered how easy it is to type with nubbins.  I just wish I had more nail to showcase polish with!

Still having some intense Texas sun days, which is great for polish!  As you can see, this is just a nice smooth color.

In the shade, you can see a bit more of the jelly watery smooth goodness of this polish - I was definitely happy with my buy.  Well now that I'm back to nubbins, I'm going to try and push out more swatches.  I have lots of polish here to go through and best of all, I'M HAVING A GIVEAWAY VERY SOON!  Part of it is sponsored even, so I'm actually having TWO giveaways - one for international readers only, and one for USA readers only.  I'm really excited about this one, so happy days!  Yay!

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].