Friday, February 13, 2015

Ceramic Glaze Spring 2015 Stunning Soiree Collection: Review and Swatches

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Ceramic Glaze Spring 2015 Stunning Soiree Collection: Review and Swatches
Hey everyone, I have a lovely Spring nail polish release to share with you today and it's the Ceramic Glaze Stunning Soiree Collection. Filled with saturated purples and blues, the collection puts an emphasis on cool undertones that are designed to flatter every skin tone. To see some swatches of the polishes, click.......
The collection features a total of eight shades, all creams and a lot of cool tone colors. Here are all the shades:

Belle of the Disco Ball:
This is a simple baby pink. The formulation is a bit sheer, I had to use two to three coats to obtain opacity.
Ceramic Glaze Spring 2015 Stunning Soiree Collection: Review and Swatches
Belle of the Disco Ball, two coats with Seche Vite Top Coat
Belle of the Disco Ball, two coats with Seche Vite Top Coat
Honolulu Hibiscus:
This is a lovely lavender. Much like Belle of the Disco Ball, the color is semi-sheer but with two coats the finish is opaque and smooth.
Ceramic Glaze Spring 2015 Stunning Soiree Collection: Review and Swatches
Honolulu Hibiscus, two coats with Seche Vite Top Coat
Honolulu Hibiscus, two coats with Seche Vite Top Coat
Fabulous & Flirty:
This is a warm rich plum. The pigmentation is great, it's almost a one coater but I used two just in case.
Ceramic Glaze Spring 2015 Stunning Soiree Collection: Review and Swatches
Fabulous & Flirty, two coats with Seche Vite Top Coat
Fabulous & Flirty, two coats with Seche Vite Top Coat
Papaya Sunrise:
A watermelon red coral, Papaya Sunrise is such a gorgeous summer color. The formulation is nice, smooth and the finish is very gel-like.
Papaya Sunrise, two coats with Seche Vite Top Coat
Ceramic Glaze Spring 2015 Stunning Soiree Collection: Review and Swatches
Papaya Sunrise, two coats with Seche Vite Top Coat
Russian Rouge:
A super pigmented deep red, this is your classic vampy red. One swipe provides full opacity but as always I used two coats just in case. The finish is also very glossy.
Russian Rouge, two coats no top coat.
Russian Rouge, two coats no top coat.
Blueberry Bubblegum:
A pretty pastel mint, this shade is surprisingly easy to work with.  Unlike most pastels, the formulation is creamy and smooth, two coats for opacity.
Ceramic Glaze Spring 2015 Stunning Soiree Collection: Review and Swatches
Blueberry Bubblegum, two coats with Seche Vite Top Coat.
Blueberry Bubblegum, two coats with Seche Vite Top Coat.
Boogie Beats:
A unique medium teal, Boogie Beats has a lovely jelly-like quality. The color is semi sheer but two coats provide a lovely opacity.
Ceramic Glaze Spring 2015 Stunning Soiree Collection: Review and Swatches
Boogie Beats, two coats with no top coat.
Boogie Beats, two coats with no top coat.
Blue Suede Shoes:
This is an interesting dark periwinkle blue that sometimes lean more blue and sometimes lean more violet, depending on the lighting. The pigmentation is semi-sheer but two coats provide a nice opaque finish.
Ceramic Glaze Spring 2015 Stunning Soiree Collection: Review and Swatches
Blue Suede Shoes, two coats with no top coat.
Blue Suede Shoes, two coats with no top coat.
Overall:
This is a great collection! Quite a few of the colors seemed liked they would be difficult to work with but they all surprisingly were opaque in two coats. My recommendations are Russian Rouge, Papaya Sunrise, and Boogie Beat.

Availability:
Ceramic Glaze is available in stores at Shoppers and Pharmaprix across Canada.
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