First off when it comes to polish unless someone is giving it to me for free I'm super picky. It's rare that there's ever a collection where I think everything is fabtastic and I want it all. China Glaze's Holiday 2011 collection was... no exception. I could care less about 85% of the collection. Not that I didn't like them. I just didn't love them (And I can't spend $$$ on things I don't love... I have sever buyers remorse). But when I saw them in person I knew I needed Glittering Garland.
Glittering Garland is an emerald green polish full of green-gold (depending on the light) glass flecks. The formula was magical. I only needed 2 coats. And even though it's full of glass flecks it's not overpowering and overly shimmery. Win!
I've never was a huge green polish fan, but it's multidimensional, different colours like this that are winning me over. Congrats China Glaze. Have some pie. Pie's a celebratory dish right?