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Friday, 2 December 2011

Comparison: China Glaze Mrs. Clause and Revlon Glitz and Glam

Hello gentle readers.

I received a request to show a comparison between China Glaze Mrs. Clause and Revlon Glitz and Glam. These are two beautiful holiday glitter polishes. Both have tinted jelly bases and are packed with small square glitter that paves the nail in glitter. Both are beautiful alone or layered, in fewer coats over another, contrasting or coordinating solid colour polish.

On my index and ring is China Glaze Mrs. Clause. On my middle and pinkie is Revlon Glitz and Glam.



China Glaze Mrs. Clause is a watermelon pink jelly with bright pink small square glitter. The glitter in this polish isn't as dense as the glitter in Glitz and Glam. This polish isn't as dense and opaque, overall. This swatch is three coats and as you can see, is still a tiny bit sheer, showing some VNL.


Revlon Glits and Glam is a soft burgundy jelly base packed with pink small square glitter. The glitter is more densely packed, making for a more opaque polish than Mrs. Clause. This swatch is two coats and it is opaque. 


Both polishes have similar overall formulas and apply very nicely. They both dry fairly quickly and dry a bit dull. Mrs. Clause looks near matte as it dries and looks and feels slightly more gritty than Glitz and Glam. Both are smooth and mad shiny after one good coat of top coat. A second coat would make your nails look supah shiny. These polishes are somewhat similar but they are not anywhere near dupes. I don't know if it would be necessary to you to own both, but they are different enough that it certainly wouldn't hurt.

What do you think of these polishes? Do you own one or the other? Both?

Thank you for dropping in and reading. Have a terrific day and may your polish never bubble.

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