China Glaze Snap My Dragon: Swatch and Review

Hello gentle readers.

China Glaze Snap My Dragon is my favorite of the Avant Garden Collection polishes. This hot, hot, hot pink jelly polish is packed with pink shimmer. I love this one so much.

This swatch is two coats and Seche Vite. Thanks to my camera, this polish came in pretty much DOA. It looks nothing like it does, in person. This polish is alive, shimmery, hot and fun. And, it doesn't show that VNL, either. I am just so frustrated and so sorry.





The formula on this polish is lovely. Smooth, silky and biddable. I didn't have any trouble with it, application was easy and there was no streaking, dragging, bald spots, bubbling or other nonsense. Dry time is really good.

Overall, I am a bit meh about the China Glaze Avant Garden Collection. It is comprised of pretty, wearable, fun colours. A few of the polishes have lovely formulas, the rest ranged from just okay to downright troublesome. I have never met a China Glaze season collection that was so widely inconsistent in quality. Look, I know that a collection can't always be twelve knock your eyes out different colours. I grok that not every customer is a rabid polish collector who hungers for new, new, new all of the time. But I do expect that a brand, like China Glaze with its stellar reputation for quality and consistency would continue to give that to their fans. They didn't deliver with this collection.

I have seen a lot of swatches of Hologlam and I am passing. Likewise on the new Summer neons collection. I am holding out hope, however that, as in years past, China Glaze pulls it together and hits it out of the park with their Autumn, Hallowe'en and Christmas collections. Those are usually my favorites of the year.

What did you think of the China Glaze Avant Garden Collection? Did you find it pretty but inconsistent as far as formula is concerned, as I did? I'd like to hear your thoughts.

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