This is China Glaze’s “Seaspray,” a light grey-blue color from the “Anchors Away” collection that contained many coveted shades.
I really like this polish for the season, because even though it’s a little too light for winter, the shade is so muted that it suits the weather outside. It’s a beautiful powder blue shade in general and I adore having it on my nails.
I got this polish as an early birthday present (which was on the 13th of December) from a friend who knows about my love for nail polishes. I really love that she got this for me. It’s a dupe for Chanel’s “Riva,” except that Riva is much more warm-toned and not as grey, as well as that “Riva” has a slight shimmer.
The varnish was opaque in one coat, though I added a second coat for safe measure. It wears beautifully, as well, and since it’s a creme finish, it’s delightfully easy to remove. I would highly recommend it. China Glaze can easily be purchased for cheap online. A good site is 8ty8beauty.com. I’ve never ordered from there, but I have heard good things about it and China Glaze is only $3 when bought there.
I love this and I bet you will too! Try it out, it suits all skin tones (even if you’re a little darker and more olive-toned as I am).
Shown Above — Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler (1 coat) + China Glaze “Seaspray” (2 coats) + Revlon No Chip Topcoat (1 coat)