China Glaze sent me their holiday collection which is cleverly called Seas and Greetings. This is a fun twist on a holiday collection! It is full of ocean-themed colors, but also has a few classic holiday colors that are a must this time of year. The 12-piece collection also has a really nice variety of finishes, making it a really lovely collection for the holidays.
China Glaze Sand in my Mistletoes is a nice nude peachy creme.
China Glaze Let’s Shell-ebrate is a golden glitter with larger purple glitters. (This reminds me of the UW colors so Husky fans should be on the lookout for this one!) This is just two coats. It could also be a cool topper color so play around with this one!
China Glaze Eat, Pink, Be Merry is a gorgeous light pink.
China Glaze Partridge in a Palm Tree is a matte mint green. I had some issues with this cracking as it dried. I tried to do thin coats and let it dry in between, but there are still some visible cracks, which is disappointing.
China Glaze Tis the Sea-Sun is an orange-red creme.
China Glaze Seas and Greetings is a really cool purple with a slight golden shift to it.
China Glaze Warm Wishes is a nice coral creme.
China Glaze Good Tide-ings is a periwinkle creme.
China Glaze Snow Way! is a pearlescent white. If you liked Pearl Jammin’ from the Rebel Collection, then you’re also going to really like this. If you see it, buy it! Pearl Jammin’ was nearly impossible to find and quickly became a collector’s polish.
China Glaze The More the Berrier is a classic holiday color. It’s a pink-toned red with a metallic finish.
China Glaze Joy to the Waves is a beautiful duochrome blue. It has a green shift that is so stunning!
China Glaze Twinkle Twinkle Little Starfish is a lovely golden green glitter topper. You can see how much it changes Joy to the Starfish, which is what I have it layered on top of.
This is a great collection and I really like how it’s an unpredictable holiday collection. I wish I could have gotten the matte one to work, but maybe I was just being an idiot.