Monday, February 18, 2013

Swatches of China Glaze Glitz Bitz 'n Pieces

Today I have swatches of the China Glaze Glitz-Bitz’N Pieces Collection, which are glitter topcoats.  I layered them all over China Glaze White Out, so that you can see the true color of the glitter, but you could use a similar color to the glitter or contrasting colors, the possibilites really are endless. All polishes have a clear base with black horizontal bar glitter, micro black ,small black, medium black, and large sized black hexagon-shaped glitter, and then each shade has micro, small and medium hexagon glitters, I will explain each shade below. The glitter is very dense, so you will not need to dig around in the bottle to get it on the brush. The results you see pictured are only one coat.

Just a fair warning, this post is going to be picture heavy!



Mosaic Madness has Blue glitter (micro, small and medium hexagons) in a clear base, along with black horizontal bar, micro, small, medium and large hexagon glitter.




Shown up close so you can see the details of the size and shape of the glitters


Graffiti Glitter has Green glitter (micro, small and medium hexagons) in a clear base, along with black horizontal bar, micro, small, medium and large hexagon glitter.





Bling It On is a Purple glitter (micro, small and medium hexagons) in a clear base, along with black horizontal bar, micro, small, medium and large hexagon glitter.





Scattered & Tattered is a Red glitter (micro, small and medium hexagons) in a clear base, along with black horizontal bar, micro, small, medium and large hexagon glitter.




 
Razzle Me, Dazzle Me has Pink glitter (micro, small and medium hexagons) in a clear base, along with black horizontal bar, micro, small, medium and large hexagon glitter.





Glitz 'N Pieces has Silver glitter (micro, small and medium hexagons) in a clear base, along with black horizontal bar, micro, small, medium and large hexagon glitter.




This collection is awesome, I love each shade, they apply like a dream and I can't wait to play with more color combinations. Thank You China Glaze!!!
 Disclaimer: I was not financially compensated  for this post. I received a sample for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own, based on my experienc

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