China Glaze Mini Haul Swatch and Review

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**The product in this post were purchased by me with my own money. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Last month, Sally Beauty had their China Glaze on sale for buy one get one free. I had heard they were discontinuing some core line colors, I was scared I was going to miss out on some polishes I had put on the back burner. I needed to get them while I still could. Thankfully, it also coincided with their 50% off clearance sale. 

I let my husband and daughter have some time together and I started off to the first, of my two, Sally Beauty. I got there and was trying to get some information from the employee and she was extremely rude. I put back everything I had in my basket and headed over to the other location and swore off ever going to the first Sally Beauty again.

Once I got to the second location, I saw that their China Glaze display was half empty and they weren't in the sale bin. Luckily, they had everything in a basket and let me dig through it. SOOOOOOO happy they did too. I had been wanting Japanese Koi for so long...I grabbed 2. It was a BOGO deal after all. Saw two other neons that caught my eye, so I grabbed those as well. Then I headed over to the clearance bin and saw a brown I needed. Didn't mind having an odd number since my Sally Beauty won't honor the BOGO deals with clearance items.

Ready for the swatches of these beauties?!

Lug Your Designer Baggage is a milk chocolate brown cream with gold flecks scattered through out.
Shown is two coats of Lug Your Designer Baggage.
This is the only clearance item I grabbed this trip. Smooth and creamy application, Lug Your Designer Baggage is flawless. Perfect for those days you want something dark without it being too vampy. 

In the Lime Light is a bright neon green with a hint of blue shimmer.
Shown is three coats of In the Lime Light.
A little streaky at first, In the Lime Light evens out after the third coat and top coat. Neons are known for being a bit streaky so that wasn't surprising. This polish is stunning and I regret waiting so long to get it.

Japanese Koi is a bright neon tangerine.
Shown is three coats of Japanese Koi.
Japanese Koi is the perfect neon orange polish. There isn't a bad thing you can say about it. It is a must have for every collection. If you don't have it yet, run try to find it as soon as you can!

Turned Up Turquoise is a vibrant neon aqua creme with turquoise shimmer.
Shown is three coats of Turned Up Turquoise.
The surprise favorite of the group was Turned Up Turquoise. This color blew me away and the flawless formula was the icing on the cake.

I need to go back and see what China Glaze ended up replacing these beauties with. I really hope they are as equally beautiful as these. It would be a shame to discontinue such beautiful polishes only to replace them with ugly glitters and polishes.

Were you able to grab any of the discontinued China Glaze items before they disappeared?

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**The product in this post were purchased by me with my own money. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky  :o)

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