Get your digits looking smokin' hot by coating them with your fave 3D texture nail polish shade featured in China glaze's new summer 2013 collection!
China Glaze's Texture summer 2013 nail polish collection,
Getting Down to the Nitty Gritty, continues this texture nail
polish craze that has been causing a stir in the nail art scene.
The blogger-favorite nail care brand has put its creativity to the
test to create a sizzling 3D texture effect nail color collection
you'll find hard to resist.
For the past couple of seasons nail art enthusiasts have been going wild for nail polish shades and textures that stand out and China Glaze's Getting Down to the Nitty Gritty nail polish collection definitely captures the essence of innovation and the warmth of the summer season, meaning this is surely a collection to turn to if you're looking to spice up the look of your manicure & pedicure. The formula delivers an intense sugared texture matte pigmentation from first application, texture that replicates the look and feel of sand, but if you're looking to get a shiny finish mani add a top coat over your fave China Glaze Texture shade.
This nail polish collection includes the following
ultra-resistant, matte nail lacquer colors:
Toe-Tally Textured – tangerine-orange with textured grit
In The Rough – light lime green with textured grit
Of Coarse! – bright cobalt-blue with textured grit
Unrefined – bright pink with textured grit
Bump & Grind – hot pinkish red with textured grit
Itty, Bitty & Gritty – melon with textured grit
Any of these warm tone nail polishes will get your digits to scream hotness, so use the nail varnishes individually or mishmash your fave tones to create an eclectic 3D texture effect mani/pedi as regardless of your choice all eye will be on your fabulously sugared textured digits.
The China Glaze Texture Summer 2013 nail polish collection, Getting Down to the Nitty Gritty will hit the stands starting May, so be sure to keep an eye on your must have nail polish shades as they'll probably fly off the shelves!
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Photos: China Glaze