Wednesday, May 15, 2013

China Glaze Scattered & Tattered

**This product was purchased by me with my own money. All opinions are my own.**

When I had a little bit of fun at Sally Beauty Supply a couple weeks ago, I snagged several China Glaze polishes. Some were clearance and some weren't, but they were all buy 2 get 1 free! FREE!!! We all love that word, don't we? I got 2 glitters in the clearance bin, I wanted to show you one of them today.





China Glaze - Scattered & Tattered

Scattered & Tattered is a clear base filled with different shapes and sizes of glitter in black and a rosey pink.



This is three coats of Scattered & Tattered with OPI Natural Nail Base Coat and Glisten & Glow HK Girl top coat.


I really ended up liking how three coats of this looked on a naked nail. It was a bit much as a full mani, but it would be fun on 1 or 2 accent nails.


Smooth application, glitter everywhere. I didn't have to dab and place glitter. It was easy to handle and there wasn't any clean up needed here. 


Scattered & Tattered is such a simple and almost obvious combination of glitters and colors, but something drew me into it and I really like this polish. 


As fun as this may be on its own, I had to toss it over some undies. 

Left to right: Zoya - MickyCult Nails - Tempest, SinfulColors - Poudre, Essie - In the Cab-ana and Orly - Coachella Dweller

As seen above from pinky to thumb.

This is one coat of Scattered & Tattered over two coats of Zoya - MickyMicky is a coral creme. I picked this because I thought the pink glitter would dance off the coral, but it didn't. They got lost and let the black glitter take over.

This is one coat of Scattered & Tattered over two coats of Cult Nails - Tempest. Tempest is a pure white creme. Yes, this may have been an obvious choice, but I thought it was fun. You see every last piece of glitter. Neither polish took over. They played off each other perfectly. 

This is one coat of Scattered & Tattered over two coats of SinfulColors - Poudre. Poudre is a soft peach creme. I picked this because I wanted something that was in the pink range but would still let the pink glitter be shown. I loved this together. My favorite pairing of the five. It is a strangely perfect combination of colors.

This is one coat of Scattered & Tattered over two coats of Essie - In the Cab-ana. In the Cab-ana is a bright beautiful turquoise blue. I really wanted to like this because I love In the Cab-ana, but I think it ended up being a little too bright. The colors were fighting to take the lead. It was too much for me. 

This is one coat of Scattered & Tattered over two coats of Orly - Coachella Dweller. Coachella Dweller is a soft mint creme. I ended up liking this pairing as well. I'm a fan of pinks and greens together, and this was no exception. The soft green and the black and rose glitter really play off each other so well.

All in all, this was so much fun to work with. Not a bad thing to say about Scattered & Tattered. It's a China Glaze. I may not have a ton, but they can't do a whole lot of wrong. They have great formulas, easy to work with and very versatile. I can't wait to build up my China Glaze collection.

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**This product was purchased by me with my own money. All opinions are my own.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky   :o)

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