Friday, August 5, 2016

Orange and Gold Glass Fleck Monsters

It's my favorite type of shimmer, that's for sure.

Here are a pair that are similar.

China Glaze Riveting

A red tinted orange that, in my estimation, holds it's head up high with a fiery brand of "Hey World, It's ME!" bravado.

Three coats, no top coat.

From the Hunger Games collection, it was a stand out. Not surprisingly. This orange jelly packed to the teeth with gold glass fleck, when it hits the light it mesmerizes.

I purchased mine through Nail Supply online. No longer on China Glaze's website, it's not hard to find online.

Milani Gold Crush

This is a beauty I blogged back a few years ago, here.  Still a favorite of mine.

Three coats, no top coat.

A little less red than Riveting, and it is a touch more sheer, so it can double duty as a layering top coat with less fuss.

I compared the two:

Left to right:

  • China Glaze Riveting
  • Milani Gold Crush
  • China Glaze Riveting
  • Milani Gold Crush

Both are super similar, but the China Glaze is the glass fleck monster that just shimmers like crazy.

Of course the Milani was a Dollar Tree find and you'd probably be finding it easier to find the lost Inca Gold than to see one around.

Both are very beautiful, and I keep them together in the drawer since they are so close in color.

Thanks for reading my little nail polish journal!


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