China Glaze Jungle Queen and Prey Tell

Hello gentle readers.

Today's installment in the China Glaze On Safari review series features Jungle Queen and Prey Tell.


Jungle Queen. Greyed purple creme with a beautiful magenta microshimmer. Look familiar? It should. This lovely polish is kin to Chanel Paradoxyl and Revlon Purplex (now known as Naughty). This is two perfectly smooth, creamy coats and top coat.

And now we will peruse Prey Tell, a deep Merlot jelly that has just a hint of chocolate. Mmm... Wine and chocolate... Where was I? Oh, yeah. Nail polish. This is two coats and top coat. If your taste runs to the vampy end of the spectrum, this may delight you muchly.

Sorry about the iffy looking cuticle curve... I am breaking in a new cleanup brush. My old one has given up the ghost, after over two years of faithful service.

I need to say some words about the formula on these, don't I? I am afraid that I am going to sound like a broken record because these are lovely, just all of the others I have shown, so far. I had a little more cleanup with Prey Tell, not because it is a bad formula, I was rushing and got careless.

So, how much do you love these pretty polishes? I am a little head over heels, myself.

Thank you so much for swinging by and taking a gander at this post. I appreciate the time you take to read and comment. It means a lot. Have a great day and may your polish never bubble.


  1. Geez I was going to pass on these two but now I think I might get them anyway. You make them look perfect!

  2. Prey Tell is gorgeous! I have been really loving darker, vampy colors lately and it is just stunning!!

  3. If vampy is what you want, this is a good one, for sure. It should be part of your polish family. :D

  4. Aww... Thank you. :D

    These are both beautiful polishes and very much worth being a part of your collection. :)

  5. omg thank you!!!! I have been looking for a vampy nail polish for so long. Finallyyyy I found it. Thanks to you

  6. You are so welcome. Enjoy your new pretties. :D


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