The China Glaze Crinkled Chrome 2014 nail polish collection will hit the counters starting with January 2014. The label hasn’t yet embraced the spring mentality as it is the case with many other brands. The label is still focusing on the winter days ahead, bringing a few interesting high shine alternatives into the spotlight. According to the brand, “Winter is a time of shimmer and shine. Frost glistens on windows, lights twinkle in the night and decorations adorn doorways.” With those images in mind, it becomes quite easy to see how the new idea inspired the gorgeous new nail polishes.
If the holiday season was all about dramatic tones and glitter, the upcoming months are all about softer tones with a chrome effect for China Glaze. The label strives to help women get a sophisticated effect with a contemporary edge. If you’re ready to make a smooth transition from festive tones to more spring ready shades, it’s definitely worth taking a closer look at these new China Glaze Crinkled Chrome offerings:
China Glaze Crinkled Chrome 2014 Nail Polishes:
Aluminate – cool silverI’m a Chromantic – baby pinkCrush, Crush Baby – powder purpleIron Out the Details – icy blueDon’t Be Foiled – soft tealWrinkling the Sheets – light powder green
Bringing back the chrome effect is a definitely an interesting move on the label’s part, especially considering the disappointing sales in the special effects nail polishes category for many retailers, which have lead many people to believe that the end of intricate nail art designs and special effects might be near. On the other hand, it might just be a case of finishing the already purchased textured nail polishes before stocking up again, rather than a case of fading popularity.
Have you tried chrome nail polishes when they first became popular? Do you like the texture? Are you tempted to try out any of the new China Glaze Crinkled Chrome 2014 nail polishes? If so, which one?
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Photos: China Glaze