China Glaze Tranzitions Color Changing Nail Polish Review, Swatches and Photos [Part 1]

2013-01-21

China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos
China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos

China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos

China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos

China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos

China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos

China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos

China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos

China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos

China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos

China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos

China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos

China Glaze Tranzitions Collection Review Swatches and Photos

  • Split Perso-NAIL-ity – Dusty pink shifts to fuchsia
  • Duplicity – Mint green shifts to vibrant teal
  • Modify Me – Periwinkle blue shifts to indigo blue
  • Altered Reality – Teal blue shifts to turquoise
  • Metallic Metamorphosis – Silvery grey shifts to bluish-charcoal grey
  • Shape Shifter – Smokey violet shifts to dark purple

Oh where do I start?  First, I love this concept; China Glaze was on to something special when they came up with polish that can completely transition from one color to another (besides mood color-changing polish).  Outside of the convenience of doing nail designs with these colors with only the use of a topcoat, I also think that women on the go can benefit from these as well.  Instead of just adding a topcoat to freshen up mid-week, you can add a topcoat and get a new color all together *who gon’ check me, boo?*

But I do have a few natural concerns.  For starters, when doing nail art I personally hate waiting for polish to completely dry before going to the next step.  At best I might wait until they’re semi-dry, but never completely unless I plan on finishing the following day.  Tranzitions is no different in that aspect.  Another issue is the wear.  I still need to conduct a wear test with these but it is a concern.  I know with most brands you can expect massive chipping without a good topcoat to seal everything in.  If these polishes can superbly hold up to a wear test then it all makes it a tad useless.  No one wants to see the beautiful nail art or manicure they spent time and patience working on to be chip-tastic in a few short days.  So a grade will not be included in this post and will be added later with an update.  But I will say this in the meantime, the formulas are great. They were actually better than I expected and the colors can easily transition from Winter to Spring.

By the way….I only used 1 coat for these so they are still winning.

 

 

How It Works:

Step 1: Apply a base coat.
Step 2: Apply two coats of China Glaze® Tranzitions shade of choice. Allow to completely dry.
Step 3: Lastly, apply one coat of clear top coat such as China Glaze® Fast Forward and watch the color change right before your eyes.

Available in January 2013 at fine salons and beauty supply stores nationwide.

China Glaze nail lacquers are available through salons and professional beauty supply stores nationwide. For more information, please visit www.chinaglaze.com or follow China Glaze on Facebook (@ChinaGlazeOfficial), Twitter (@ChinaGlaze) and Pinterest (pinterest.com/chinaglaze).

 

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