In January 2014, the China Glaze Crinkled Chrome Collection will be coming out!
I’m pretty excited about these 6 shades because you already know that I’m a fan of the textured-nail trend!
Just when you think that companies will exhaust the various ways to put a new spin on textures, they do something different.
Which shades in the China Glaze Crinkled Chrome Collection are you most looking forward to trying?
There are 6 new shades in the China Glaze Crinkled Chrome Collection:
- I’m A Chromantic
- Crush, Crush Baby
- Iron Out The Details
- Don’t Be Foiled
- Wrinkling The Sheets
Below is the official press release sent to me by China Glaze:
China Glaze® Introduces Crinkled Chrome Collection
Los Angeles (December 2013): Winter is a time of shimmer and shine. Frost glistens on windows, lights twinkle in the night and decorations adorn doorways. This January, give your nails a shine all their own with Crinkled Chrome from China Glaze®. High-shine chrome meets wintery pastels in this crinkled metal look.
Chrome takes on a feminine flair with China Glaze® Crinkled Chrome. Six gorgeous colours retain the sophisticated, polished appeal of the season, but add a contemporary edge and sense of novelty to winter nails.
Create an impact in one of six pastel colours:
I’m A Chromantic
Crush, Crush Baby
Iron Out The Details
Don’t Be Foiled
Wrinkling The Sheets
Light powder green
China Glaze® Crinkled Chrome will be available in January 2014 at fine salons and beauty supply stores.
China Glaze® is free of DBP, toluene, and added formaldehyde.
China Glaze® nail lacquers are available through salons and professional beauty supply stores nationwide. For more information, please visit www.chinaglaze.com or follow China Glaze on Facebook (@ChinaGlaze), Twitter (@ChinaGlazeOfficial) and Pinterest (pinterest.com/chinaglaze).
China Glaze® is a division of American International Industries.
Will you be checking out any of the colours in the China Glaze Crinkled Chrome Collection? Are you still on board the textured-nail trend? How would you reinvent textures?