From our neon’s, to reds, corals, to shades of blue, our colours’ inspiration is found on the shores of Tahiti, the nightlife in New York City, and beauty within every woman. Our unique lacquers contain China Clay as a nail hardener, the same material that gives porcelain its shiny finish. These glossy lacquers work in perfect cohesion with our professional nail treatments for lasting strength, durability and overall gorgeous nails. All China Glaze colours are free of DBP, Toluene and added Formaldehyde.
$4 (without shipping); 250 INR for 14 ml.
It comes in the classic China Glaze packaging. Big glass bottle with a matte black brush handle, that looks sturdy enough. The pink bottle looks so vibrant and cheerful that it just makes my heart sing.
My Take on China Glaze Nail Polish – Bump and Grind:
First off, please excuse that black ring on my index fingernail, it’s my voter’s mark that refuses to go. I have a feeling that my nail is permanently stained and I will need to let the mark grow out. *sigh* The colour of this polish is a very vibrant neon pink that makes my hands look a tad dark but it’s a perfect polish to use while vacationing on the beach.
The texture granules in this polish are much more than Bump in The Night and Angel Wings, which makes even application a tad slower, but not impossible. Due to the abundance of texture granules, this polish is almost a single coater, I just added the second for my own satisfaction.
Like all textured polishes, chipping is an issue with this nail paint too. It looks perfectly fine for 5-6 hours (much better than the previously reviewed texture polishes) after which a few minor chips near the tip may appear. It’s best to apply a layer of top coat to prevent this. Obviously like previously reviewed polishes, this polish too is a top coat drinker. It drinks top coat like no other and retains its matte finish despite all the top coat-ing.
This polish is vibrant, textured and with a few minor fixable problems. It is certainly well worth the effort put in to resolve those issues!
Pros of China Glaze Nail Polish – Bump and Grind:
- Travel-safe packaging.
- Brush doesn’t absorb that much excess product.
- Large brush provides non-streaky finish.
- The polish is more “textured” than the others that I have used from CG.
- Matte black brush handle.
- Large quantity provided.
- Almost neon colour that stands out.
- Lasts for a week or so.
- All China Glaze colours are free of DBP, toluene and added formaldehyde.
- Flattering summery nail paint.
- Almost a single coater, I just added the second for photography purpose.
- Matte textured finish.
Cons of China Glaze Nail Polish – Bump and Grind:
- Takes at least 5-10 minutes to set completely.
- Marked up prices in India.
- Chips without a top coat.
- Insane top coat drinker!
- Not that great a colour for dark skin tones.
- Might look a tad over the top in certain cases.
Would I Repurchase China Glaze Nail Polish – Bump and Grind?
Nah! It ain’t finishing any time soon!
Would I Recommend China Glaze Nail Polish – Bump and Grind?
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