China Glaze Grape Pop

China Glaze Grape PopIf I could create the perfect purple creme Grape Pop would be it! Grape Pop is from the Spring 2010 China Glaze Up&Away collection. This was always my must have from this collection, even from the early promotional material. I’m just glad it didn’t disappoint 🙂

Grape Pop is a gorgeous blue based purple creme. It does go on a nail just a bit darker than in the bottle, but it is obviously purple in all lights. This is the perfect Spring purple!

The formula is a bit on the thick side, but not near as thick as Heli-Yum. Grape Pop was opaque in two coats without any streaks.


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  1. […] polish rut when I decided, why not layer 2 of my most favorite nail polishes ever!? So I grabbed China Glaze Grape Pop and Sephora by OPI Too Good for […]

  2. […] Water Marbling with Essie Splash of Grenadine May 1, 2010 Posted by Alli in Nail Polish, Water Marbling. Tags: China Glaze, Essie, OPI, pink, purple, Water marbling trackback It seems like Saturday is turning into water marble post day. This weeks water marble wasn’t near as successful as last weeks water marble with Essie Turquoise & Caicos. My base polish was (obviously) Essie Splash of Grenadine. My two water marbling colors were OPI Done out in Deco and China Glaze Grape Pop. […]

  3. […] turned out! The base is China Glaze Oxygen and I marbled with China Glaze Strawberry Fields and China Glaze Grape Pop. It turned out very girly and great for the warmer […]

  4. […] pulled out Sonia Kashuk Purple Rain and China Glaze Grape Pop to do a comparison, but once I got the bottles out I realized they really weren’t very close. […]

  5. […] is a blue based purple creme. The color is very similar to China Glaze Grape Pop. The formula isn’t great. It’s a bit on the thin side (though it is not runny). I had […]

  6. […] used China Glaze Grape Pop as a base, followed by one coat of Love & Beauty Tinsel Town and two coats of Sephora by OPI […]

  7. […] Mention: China Glaze Grape Pop (H&M Mambo), Essie Smokin’ Hot (Nina Ultra Pro Never Glum Plum) , OPI Perfectly Red […]

  8. […] Silver Shatter was much easier to handle for me – ten times easier. I decided to put it over Grape Pop. I love Grape Pop and haven’t worn it in ages. The polish was smooth and not lumpy and went […]

  9. […] Shatter looks! Okay – I did my original review on Silver Shatter over China Glaze’s Grape Pop a few weeks ago – and if you’d like to compare – Alli did Sally Hansen’s […]

  10. […] used OPI Jade is the New Black and China Glaze Grape Pop for the main design along with LA Colors Art Deco in Yellow to create the stripe with a little OPI […]

  11. […] finish situation I thought I’d try this over another polish. Even with only one coat over China Glaze Grape Pop it left that unfortunate bumpy finish. So now I’m just at a loss with what to do with this […]

  12. […] the base I used China Glaze Grape Pop then topped that with a coat of Sephora by OPI Too Good For Him (side note: there are a TON of […]

  13. […] is a fun way to show support for your team. I did this manicure in Baltimore Ravens colors using China Glaze Grape Pop, OPI Light My Sapphire, Ulta Snow White and OPI […]

  14. […] going to be the most difficult color to pick but as it turned out this was an easy color category! China Glaze Grape Pop has long been my favorite purple nail polish. It has the blue undertones making it not only violet […]

  15. […] much love. Years later, turns out this is my most used polish from that collection (no offense to Grape Pop which I also love!). Go figure, […]

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