Thursday, June 28, 2012

China Glaze Light As Air

Hello my lovelies! Can't believe it's Thursday evening already! This week has gone by so fast and I have less than 6 days until vacation. Can't wait! I was looking at my history today and I realized I've only posted 10 times this month. Shame on me! I'm sorry but I promise to make it up to you in the month of July. Here's me trying to squeeze in another post. No nail art this time just a beautiful polish.

China Glaze Light As Air indoors, artificial light
This amazing lilac pastel comes from the Up & Away collection from 2010. I just can't get enough of these! This is more of a cool toned lilac but it photographed more pink in the light box pictures. The sun pictures below show the color more accurately. I don't know what it is about these types of colors. I find them so elegant and classy. 

China Glaze Light As Air in the sun
The formula is really great and it's opaque in two coats. None of the chalkiness of pastels is present here. It was a little streaky though and a 3rd coat could have solved that. It dries to a shiny finish but I did put some top coat over it to even it out a bit. 

I find this polish great for any season. You might think that it's a spring pastel but honestly, I would wear it all year round. I've been wearing a lot of muted colors lately so I can't wait for next week because my Summer Neons will be here! Did you get any of those? Which color should I wear first?


  1. Such a pretty colour Mihaela, looks great on you, I've gone back to wearing darker colours! 

  2. I really like this one, it's so delicate!!  and you should try Splish Splash first from the neons, it's a gorgeous blue!!

  3. Thank you love! I can't bring myself to wear dark colors when the sun is out. I'm craving something really bright!x

  4. I was thinking about that one too. Either that or Skinny Dip!

  5. Such a beautiful color!! I had a horrible experience with application for this one though.  So much so that I gave up :(.


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