Tuesday, February 4, 2014

China Glaze At Vase Value swatch and comparisons, from the City Flourish collection

China Glaze At Vase Value
 A baby blue/aqua creme, very, very bright.  After three coats it's completely fine.  It's thicker and dries quickly, which can cause difficulty, but eh.  Not too big of a deal.  I added China Glaze's silver crackle to winter-fy it.  The sloppiness is all my doing.

Some comparisons:
For Audrey, At Vase Value, and Too Yacht to Handle. AVV is way, way lighter. FA  looks almost dull in comparison (the sunlight is making it more vibrant). TYTH is like a much deeper version of the same shade.

Versus China Glaze Refresh-Mint, which is greyer and more green.

Essie Mint Candy Apple, which you can see is greener.  It's kind of the same level of brightness and lightness, the mint to At Vase Value's aqua.

It's definitely a SPRING color, a little too vivid than I can handle at the moment. It'd make an awesome pedicure. Maybe add some Fairy Dust, and you're set to go.

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