China Glaze Meet Me Under The Stars COVERHappy Black Friday!

I couldn’t think of a more appropriate polish to post on this lovely shopping day. It’s black. It’s sparkly. It’s everything Black Friday is supposed to be.

Meet Me Under The Stars is part of the 2014 Twinkle holiday collection from China Glaze. But, I actually first saw this polish mentioned in a piece by Lauren Conrad on Refinery29. It immediately went on my Nail Polish Wishlist Pinterest board. And I must say, I’m kind of in love.

This is my kind of holiday polish. Meet Me Under The Stars is mostly black and silver glitter with some blue glitter thrown in the mix all suspended in a sheer black base. The glitter is on the fine side and is not sparse. I used three coats in my swatches and had a fully opaque finish.

I absolutely adore this polish. It’s a nice change from all the metallic, green and red polishes that are so popular this time of year. Plus, this absolutely comes alive in the sun.

The China Glaze Twinkle collection can be found at Ulta as well as on Amazon.

Make sure to check out the swatches under the jump.

Alli

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  1. aide says:

    I loved how the nail polish looks on the images and bought this after reading this blog. Unfortunately I hate it. The formula was thick kind of like a gel so it was hard to get a nice even layer. My bottle had very little blue glitter, so my nails looked more like black with silver glitter. 🙁 To top this off the polish pilled within two days…and I mean pilled, chipping started the first day. China glaze usually last longer for me.

    • Alli says:

      That’s so strange as mine I needed 3 coats to get an opaque color; the polish wasn’t thick at all. I’d either take the polish back or try adding some polish thinner.

      As for the blue glitter, make sure to really shake the bottle. Glitter tends to settle.

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