China Glaze Too Yacht To Handle

China Glaze Too Yacht To HandleChina Glaze has been rocking my world lately. I love their current Texture collection as well as the Spring 2013 Avant Garden collection. When I started seeing promo images for their Summer 2013 SUNSATIONAL collection I got pretty excited. It’s a collection of neons; half are cremes the other half are jellies. Sounds like the perfect summer collection to me!

Too Yacht To Handle (love the name…) is a bright aqua creme. When I say bright I don’t mean glowinthedark bright. It’s bright but not crazy. I absolutely love it!

The formula is great. This is, obviously, one of the cremes from the collection. I used just two coats in my swatches. It does dry to that weird semi matte neon finish so a top coat is definitely required!

I’m really excited to try You Drive Me Coconuts, a jelly from this collection. Hopefully it’s as fantastic as Too Yacht To Handle!

Make sure to check out the additional swatches below the jump 🙂



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6 thoughts on “China Glaze Too Yacht To Handle

  1. What an amazing color for summer 🙂

  2. […] Summer 2013 SUNSATIONAL collection. The collection is split so there are 6 cremes and 6 jellies. Too Yacht To Handle is a creme from this collection and I loved it so I was looking forward to trying a […]

  3. I also recently bought this polish and it’s truly an amazing summer color! 🙂

  4. […] China Glaze Too Yacht To Handle: This was my favorite summer release. I have a serious obsession with neons (it’s a borderline addiction). This one is great because while it’s bright and is a neon it’s not your typical yellow or pink. My go to 2013 summer polish had to be on my list! […]

  5. […] for summer and have had some fantastic luck with neon polishes from China Glaze in the past (Too Yacht to Handle is still one of my favorite […]

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