Saturday, August 25, 2012

China Glaze Fifth Avenue

This is one I really like, but I have only worn once before. It’s a dusty rose color and I needed a palette cleanser after the gorgeous glitter of the previous manicure. It was rough to take off but I managed. Glitters take more time to remove. And the red temporarily stained my cuticles, but I think this manicure I bring you today turned out well.

This is two coats, with Seche Vite as the top coat. I need to order some Seche Restore as I have one half bottle in my nail supplies and this one is getting thick. Hopefully it will help ‘Restore’ my top coat to its usual awesomeness. The formula on Fifth Avenue is great, I could have gotten away with one coat, but I prefer the way a manicure wears with two coats. One always chips too soon. Thanks for checking out my blog and I wish you happy polishing!


  1. I use Kiss artifical nail remover to remove my glitters. It's a jar with scrubby teeth and acetone and lemon oil. I just soak for two minutes, scrub and what ever is left over I remove with a acetone soak cotton ball.

    Your nails look classy!

    1. Thank you Jenni Lee! I will have to check into that and see if I can find it. I have no target here in my area, but we have walmart. And Sally's no Ulta. Thanks again for the compliment and the tip on removing glitter! :)


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