Hi everyone, welcome to Thursday. Same old same old going on here. Yesterday I was in a time crunch at work to get edits done. Then after work, I went to my friend's gender reveal party. Ever since I found out she was pregnant I was so excited to find out the gender of the baby. I was convinced she was having a boy, but she is actually having a girl. How cute!
So yesterday I came across a video on youtube (which will remain anonymous), and this person said that she doesn't think people should wear shimmer polish or glitter polish after the age of 25. I sat there and went....wait....what? I know that everyone is entitled to their opinion, but I wanted to know what everyone else thinks about this. I also wanted to note that I turned 27 this year, and I am wearing glitter polish on all my nails today and am loving it. I am pretty much in the school of thought that thinks that you should do whatever you want if it makes you happy and you aren't hurting anyone. I was just wondering how others feel since I've been thinking about it since I watched the video yesterday.
Anyways, today I have a review of a new polish from China Glaze, Sand Dolla Make You Holla. I'm not a fan of textures, but I'll be honest, I bought this polish because I thought it would look like a cupcake. I have a strange love for anything cupcake, and this really does look like it.
This polish comes from the new China Glaze Sea Goddess collection that has six textured polishes based on a "sea" theme. This polish was the only one I picked up from the collection and it is a white polish base, with a slightly pink hue. The micro glitter inside the polish is pink, blue, green, and white. This polish was on the sheer side and did need to be built up in three coats.
Below is one layer of topcoat over three coats.
Overall I think this polish is just okay. I like it because it reminds me of cupcakes and frosting but I don't think I would wear it as a full mani. I do think it would be fun for an accent nail though. Did you pick up any polishes from this collection?