China Glaze Crackle Collection
China Glaze Crackle Glaze - Spring 2011
Posted by Steph at 09:24:pm
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chevygirlz34 said on Mar 30th, 2011 9:23 pm
Love the colors....awesome!
bec said on Apr 9th, 2011 5:42 pm
What color did you use under the Broken Hearted crackle?
Bec said on Apr 9th, 2011 5:55 pm
Thanks! looks great
khrystyna said on Apr 20th, 2011 2:19 pm
Where would I buy this nail polish, so nice :)
Yanny said on Jul 13th, 2011 4:27 am
Love the color combinations you used. I wish I could color my nails the way you do. Withought painting the cuticles and so nice and neat. I recently purchased the Black Mesh on and love it but I hate that after doing a few nails, the polish left on the opening of the bottle where I wiped the brush does not slide down like it usually does. It becomes a bigger and bigger blob and then gets stuck in the brush when I try to dip it to keep doing my nails. I have to clean the rim a couple of times to be able to finish and def at the end of my manicure. Is this normal or did I get a bad bottle? I hope it's not normal since I want to buy more colors before they dissapear. Or should I try OPI instead? Help Steph.
Steph said on Jul 17th, 2011 12:15 pm
Aww, thank you! I plan on doing a "How I paint my nails" tutorial soon!
Unfortunately, this is pretty normal. Most of the Crackle Polishes I've experienced with become very thick and chunky over time. You'll definitely want to invest in a nail polish thinner, if you haven't already done so. Instead of wiping the excess paint on the rim, try to wipe more in the bottle of the rim - that's why I try to do. But regardless, I always usually clean the rim after so my bottle won't mold together and be impossible to open.