China Glaze sent me their Electric Nights collection to swatch and play with for you! This post is super pic heavy so I hope you have good wi-fi or a good data plan. ;)
First, I want to show you some nail art I did using three polishes from the Electric Nights collection. Neons typically watermarble well so I did this one using Glow with the Flow (pink), Plur-ple (purple), and UV Meant to Be (blue). I think all the fingers turned out great except my pinkie which is a little smudged. I used the watermarble decals method that I describe here.
I almost stopped when I just had two fingers done. What do you think? Should I have stopped here?
Now let’s take a look at the swatches! All of these are shown over white, two coats, with a glossy top coat. I enjoyed the creaminess of all of these. I don’t have any formula issues to report!
China Glaze Red-y to Rave
Red-y to Rave is a bright orange. Think traffic cones. I’m not entirely sure why it’s called Red-y to Rave as this is much more orange than red.
China Glaze Glow with the Flow
Glow with the Flow is my favorite of the collection! A hot pink that will catch the attention of everyone from across the room. Trust me. It literally happened all day when I wore this one to work.
China Glaze Daisy Know My Name
Daisy Know My Name is literally the yellow highlighter equivalent for polish. I remember in middle school, I would paint my nails with white out, then highlight them with yellow. The effect is remarkably similar!
China Glaze Can I Get an Untz Untz
Untz Untz is a yellow, green, and pink glitter in a clear base. I did have to help out the glitter a little bit with some of my placement, but I think it’s a super fun one!
China Glaze DJ Blue My Mind
DJ Blue My Mind is bright, bright, bright blue. My pictures do not do it justice. It was so bright that it scared my camera. This is my husband’s favorite of the whole collection. So it’s also boy approved! :)
China Glaze UV Meant to Be
UV Meant to Be is the little sister of DJ Blue My Mind. She’s not as saturate with color so this is a nice alternative if you don’t need to hail a taxi from across the city.
China Glaze Point Me to the Party
Point Me to the Party. If I was a fan of glitter, this one would be at the top of the list! Multi-colored neon glitters? It’s just too fun not to love.
China Glaze Plur-Ple
Plur-ple is a vibrant purple. This is another one that scared my camera. This one is almost blinding in real life.
China Glaze Let the Beat Drop
Let the Beat Drop is a pink and orange neon glitter in a clear base. I also think this one is super fun and perfect for summertime manicures.
China Glaze Violet-Vibes
Violet Vibes is also another bright purple. This one is a different tone than Plur-Ple.
China Glaze Home Sweet House Music
Home Sweet House Music is another vibrant orange. This one is more tangerine than the previous one.
China Glaze Treble Maker
Treble Maker is slightly darker than this in real life. My camera was washing it out a little bit.
All in all, I think the Electric Lights collection is pretty awesome and I’m glad that China Glaze sent it to me for review. I would recommend any of these colors so it will depend on what your favorite colors are…or which colors you might not already own!