Collection: China Glaze 2007, Something Blue
China Glaze’s 2007 collection, Something Blue, which I assume was released for the bridal season, consisted of just one color: the very popular For Audrey (77053). As you’d expect, it’s named for Audrey Hepburn and her role in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, so the shade of creamy blue is reminiscent of Tiffany & Co.’s trademark turquoise blue.
For a pastel shade, the formula is pretty decent. It does take a good two (generous) to three coats to get it fully opaque, but it’s really quite easy to get the coats on evenly. The polish dries to a nice, glossy shine.
If this were any other shade, I probably wouldn’t have recommended it as highly, but it’s such a classic China Glaze shade that I couldn’t possibly tell you that you don’t need it!
When it was first released, I believe that China Glaze only meant it as a limited edition shade. I guess it proved to be so popular that For Audrey remains in their core collection today.
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.