China Glaze Oh How Street It Is

Hello Oh How Street It Is, a screaming almost neon orange from the 2009 Kicks collection!  If you haven't heard, Pantone Color Institute has named "Tangerine Tango" the top color of 2012.  China Glaze recently promoted a statement saying that you can help capture this trend with the above polish, so in order to be (at least somewhat) current, I decided to pull it off my shelf.


Tangerine Tango in its bold orange glory.


For this manicure, I used a base coat of Duri Rejuvacote, 2 coats of polish and a top of CND Air Dry.  Polish formula was great, despite the bottle sitting on my shelf for over 2 years.


Again, this is not a neon color but it is VERY neon looking.  Neons dry matte, but not this creme!


Extreme sun angle!


Even though this is a picture in the shade you can see how bright this color is.  It's definitely going to be an interesting year if this is what everyone will be wearing.  I attempted a picture indoors with the flash, but the camera just couldn't handle it.


So instead, I'll leave you with the press release from China Glaze :]

China Glaze can be found online through several etailers, including my favorite Head2Toe Beauty, Sally's Beauty Supply as well as TransDesign.  You can like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

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Tangerine Tango Announced as Top Color for 2012
Embrace the trend with vibrant “How Street It Is” from China Glaze®


A hue that “emanates heat and energy,” Tangerine Tango was announced as the top color of 2012 by Pantone Color Institute. A bold orange that blends red and yellow to create a shade that recharges and excites, Tangerine Tango will soon be popping up in fashion, beauty and home accessories everywhere. Capture the trend today with How Street It Is by China Glaze®! A vibrant reddish-orange that flatters a range of skin types, “How Street It Is” is the perfect way to wrap your hands around this top color!


Available now through salons and professional beauty supply stores nationwide, China Glaze® “How Street It Is” retails for $7.


China Glaze® colors may change from season to season, but the formula remains the same amazing longwearing lacquer with hardeners. Designed with the professional in mind, the high-quality and finely bristled brush is great for ease of application. China Glaze® is free of DBP, toluene, and added formaldehyde. Best of all, the non-thickening formula provides excellent coverage. For more information, please visit www.chinaglaze.com.


China Glaze® is a division of American International Industries.

2 comments

  1. Oh, what a bright polish. Looks good on you!

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  2. awesome color! :)

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