China Glaze Nail Lacquer in New Birth (The Giver)

China Glaze — New Birth (Nail Lacquer) Swatch & Review

Collection: China Glaze 2014 Fall, The Giver (movie tie-in)

I received my first Topbox this month, and it included a full-sized China Glaze nail polish from last fall’s The Giver collection, which is a tie-in with the movie of the same name. I haven’t seen the movie nor read the book it’s based on, so I’m quite unfamiliar with the references made by the names of the polishes in this collection.

I recently also picked up two more colors from the same collection: Five Rules (how could I not get this, right?!) and History of the World. I’ll be reviewing them next week.

The one I received from Topbox was New Birth, essentially a white cream with a pale blue tint. I find that indoors it pulls a touch aqua, and in sunlight it goes a tad grey instead, which is a bit odd.

I found the application really annoying with this one. I needed to do four thinner coats to get even coverage. I wouldn’t recommend this polish unless you really love the color. I think white and very pale pastels are brilliant for summer, but I am usually unwilling to put up with the application difficulties.

China Glaze Nail Lacquer in New Birth, swatch

China Glaze Nail Lacquer retails for US$7.50 and is 0.5 US fl oz / 14 mL. China Glaze nail polishes are free of toluene, added formaldehyde, and dibutyl phthalate (DBP), and are made in the USA.

China Glaze is part of American International Industries (who also own brands like Seche, EzFlow and Ardell), a private company based in Los Angeles, CA, USA.

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