Saturday, November 21, 2015

Ceramic Glaze Fall/Holiday 2015 Collection Swatches

A couple months ago, I attended the ACI Fall preview event for a variety of brands. One brand I've not tried before is Ceramic Glaze. I have their Fall/Holiday collection to share with you!


This Fall/Holiday season Ceramic Glaze introduces a collection of 8 on-trend nail polish shades in a variety of finishes including bold creams, opalescent shimmers and sparkling top coats. 

Ceramic Glaze nail polishes are 3 Free and uses the same ingredients that give porcelain and ceramic its shiny, glaze finish. With base coat and top coat, the colors lasted 5-7 days on me. The brush is smaller similar to Essie polishes which is a bit harder to use for beginners but gives more precision. Most of these shades were opaque with 2 coats. So let's get on with the colors!


Vintage Glam: A rustic golden, copper shade in iridescent finish.

Wonderland: A duochrome of purple and green in iridescent finish.


Regal: A rich royal blue in ultra glossy finish

Applause: An eggplant purple in ultra glossy finish

Sorcery: A blue based green in ultra glossy finish. Make sure you wear a base coat! I forgot to and it stained my nails! These three shades are very pigmented!


Snow Queen: A top coat featuring white hexagon shaped glitter. It takes some work to get the pieces out on to your nails.

Diamond Dust: A top coat with tons of multi-colored glitter but gives off a silver look. It's pretty but not that unique.


Here you can see everything swatched with two coats.


This is my favorite out of the collection! In the bottle it looked very similar to OPI's Almost Famous but on the nails it's this gorgeous rich chocolate brown with gold tones. The formula was also amazing to work with and provided even coverage. My other favorites are Wonderland and Applause.

What are your favorite fall/holiday nail shades?

Each Ceramic Glaze Nail Polishes has 14mL and retails for $9.99 and are available exclusively at Shoppers Drug Mart and Pharmaprix stores across Canada.

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