Alli’s Favs: China Glaze Heli-Yum

China Glaze Heli-YumI think it’s February. Though with this weather it feels more like May! It was almost 80 degrees here today. It was sunny and gorgeous and I really just wanted a polish that was also sunny and gorgeous. Well, ok, not sunny, but bright!

Heli-Yum is from China Glaze’s Spring 2010 Up& Away collection. It is a gorgeous raspberry pink creme. And the formula is fantastic. This could almost be a one coater. On top of all that, it also wears beautifully.

Why China Glaze Hei-Yum is a favorite: The color and the formula. It’s a perfect I can’t decide what to wear color that compliments my skintone wonderfully and thanks to the wonderful formula it’s also a perfect polish if I need to do a relatively quick manicure.

Three down, 86 to go!



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8 thoughts on “Alli’s Favs: China Glaze Heli-Yum

  1. Rebecca Russell says:

    What a pretty color! I don’t think I’ve seen thus one swatches before and I love it. I don’t think I have a color like this in my stash either; may have to try to get it. I look forward to more of your faves.

  2. Rebecca Russell says:

    *this one swatched* damn autocorrect! Lol.

  3. I agree with you, this is one of my favorites!!

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