I've had these a while, but with Holidays and an issue on the 30th I had not yet posted them.
What a bullseye. China Glaze Spring 2010 Up And Away Collection exactly hits that happy fresh spring mark, and this time while there are many colors I find few if any superfluous. Fun, frisky, candy-coated confections!! Exciting! There are only a few colors I would call pastel, most are vibrant. And I LOVE them. They are all cremes and I had to start thinning them after a bit to apply better, but a few drops of thinner and a topcoat makes these lovely shades I will be reaching for often. So well done, China Glaze. Kudos!!
China Glaze Flyin' High is a smoky medium blue. I can't wait to wear this with a matching tshirt. Dunno where THAT fashion mistake idea came from. But I want to. :P
China Glaze Four Leaf Clover seems more teal to me. But so great!
China Glaze Re-Fresh Mint! Mint is not my color but this is fresh and sweet.
China Glaze Lemon Fizz, light yellow. Nice shade, not orange, not gaudy.
China Glaze Happy Go Lucky is a bright sunny yellow. I don't like yellows, but this is well done.
China Glaze High Hopes. I think this orangy red looks exactly like a persimmon.
China Glaze Peachy Keen. Peach! I am sure somewhere I have a dupe of this. But it is a lovely peach. Not too pastel, not too orange.
China Glaze Heli-Yum. Yum indeed. Love it.
China Glaze Sugar High. So sexy girly candy. I want to suck on my fingertips like a flirt. COME AND EAT ME.
China Glaze Something Sweet is a pretty standard pink, but I like the hint of blue.
China Glaze Light as Air. Again we probably all have a dupe, but this is soooo nice.
China Glaze Grape Pop - GREAT shade. I don't recall having anything exactly like this, certainly not in a creme. Edited to add this shade is very close to China Glaze Grape Juice but no glass fleck.
Pick some of these up. These will be great fresh pops of color for spring, and will easily transfer into summer.