Collection: China Glaze 2013 Fall, Autumn Nights
I recently picked up a three-pack of holiday-ready China Glaze nail lacquers from Winners, and one of the three is Don’t Make Me Wine (81358), a magenta with heavy shimmer that leans a touch frosty.
Until now, I’ve actually avoided all of the colors from China Glaze’s 2013 Autumn Nights collection, mainly because I’m not the biggest fan of frosty polishes. While Don’t Make Me Wine isn’t as horribly frosty as I thought it might have been, it’s still not my favorite look, despite the pretty, deep, purplish pink shade.
The formula is nice and isn’t too streaky, considering the slight frost. Two coats gives full opacity.
On the whole, though, I don’t recommend this one unless you particularly like the finish. The color itself isn’t especially unique. I think the polish I reviewed yesterday, Cowgirl Up, is much nicer, albeit more purple and discontinued.
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.