Swatchity-Swatch: China Glaze Traffic Jam

Hello gentle readers.

Today I have another swatch of one of the China Glaze Metro polishes for Fall. This is Traffic Jam, a beautiful, shiny raspberry crelly. Like the rest of the polishes in this collection, it has a dusty, slightly dirty quality that lifts it from the ordinary and makes it a little different, a little special. I applied two coats and topped it with top coat.

This photograph was taken in my lightbox under my OttLight.

China Glaze Traffic Jam has a fab formula. Smooth and easy to control it is opaque and perfect in two coats. Dry time is good and I have little cleanup when I apply this beauty. Not too much more to say, really. This stuff is just about as perfect as it can get. :D

China Glaze Traffic Jam is part of the current Fall China Glaze collection and is available anywhere China Glaze polishes are sold.

Thank you for popping in. Have a great day and may your polish never bubble.


  1. Not necessarily that unique, but I find myself very attracted to colours like this. Thanks for the swatch!

  2. This a pretty color I have been lurking it since it came out but I wonder if it is too pink or not? (I mean for my own taste...)

  3. Very pretty color! I love it, it looks great on you:)

  4. GlitterM, it isn't all that original, is it. But it is so pretty and I wanted to possess it, so, it became a member of the family. :) You are very welcome. I enjoy doing swatches. :D

  5. Helly, I know, right? These Metro polishes are just sooo dreamy. :D

  6. Kim, only you can decide if a polish colour is right for you. That is the great thing about all of the swatches I see on the blogs. I see all of the different colours swatched on different skin tones, in different lighting and I get a really solid idea of what I know/think will work for me, my skin tone, my tastes and so forth. :D

  7. I really love this one too, Kelly. And thank you for your kind words. :)


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