My Ceramic Glaze Collection + Swatches*

I was fortunate enough to be sent a generous collection of Ceramic Glaze polishes to swatch and review for you guys. I have been really enjoying writing directly onto the photos to simplify the process and will also include my comments on how I feel about each polish and how many coats it takes to reach the desired consistency.

I thoroughly enjoyed these polishes - the ones that have a sheer-like formula, like Heavenly, Strawberries N' Milk, Sunset Beach, Island Getaway and Santorini Blue lasted a full week approximately without chipping. The ones that are more solid colored, meaning the ones like Pure, Tropical Guava, I'm on Island Time, Newly Minted, Smells like Rain lasts about 4-5 days before it usually chips on me.

These are the number of coats required to achieve an even coat/layer on the following colors:
One Coat - Heavenly, Tropical Guava, Solar Radiance, Shell Me About It.
Two Coats - Pure, Strawberries N Milk, I'm on Island Time, Belle Ami.

One Coat - Lychee Cocktail, Sunset Beach, Exotic Dragon Fruit, Island Getaway, Papaya Sunrise, Sweet Temptation, Russian Rouge 
Two Coats - Forever In Love

One Coat - Sexy Stiletto, Santorini Blue
Two Coats - Newly Minted, Smells Like Rain, Watermelon Cooler, Raisin Biscotti, Little Black Dress
Three Coats - Mermaid's Tale (it took three coats and was still a bit patchy). Also, this dries to a matte finish.

I store my polishes in this beautiful acrylic organizer that was sent to me for review by Nur Besten. It is actually really reasonable in price too, it's about $20 cad and I highly recommend this. You do have to assemble this yourself, but it's high quality and sturdy. It holds about 42 bottles of nail polish. 


I'd love to know which is your favorite color above, or if there's one not shown here please let me know! 
Until next time, XO - M.

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