Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Frostbite Hottie

I bought cobalt shoes a month ago and I wanted a polish to match. I asked on the Facebook page and the wonderful ladies there gave me several to choose from. China Glaze "Frostbite" really stood out to me. First, I'm falling in love with their lacquers. They apply so well and the colors are EVERYTHING!!

"Frostbite" seems to illuminate in the dark. I don't know why, but driving last night I happened to look down at my nails and they seemed to glow and they are so pretty. I love the color. It has a hint of cobalt blue glitters in it. The glitters don't overwhelm the color they enhance it. The finish is absolutely beautiful and once I added a Seche Vite Top coat the manicure was sealed and so glossy. I'm gushing about it because I love it!! :-) Can you tell?

I've gotten several compliments about this color. Check out the pictures below. (There will be many :-))

This is a close shot. I wanted to show the true color 
and this is pretty close. The blue is... I love it.

Here I'm showing you the color as it compares to the 
"Nivea blue." (I love this Nivea Creme).

I added one accent nail of Sinful Colors "Hottie." 
A Cobalt blue base with lots and lots of sparkly
 glitter throughout.

The camera wouldn't pick up on the Greatness of this glitter.
This polish is packed with glitter. You don't have to fight to 
get the glitter on your nail. It covers the entire nail in one coat,
but as always I did two coats.

China Glaze "Frostbite" and Sinful Colors "Hottie" is a great
combination! The blues are dynamite and are very close to
the blue Nivea uses for it's products. Sinful Colors "Hottie" 
adds enough sparkle to to kick China Glaze "Frostbite" up a 
notch. Not that the China Glaze "Frostbite" needs it at all.

I loved this combo so much that I added Hottie to all nails. Take a peek :-)

As always thanks for reading ;-)


  1. had to get this thanks for puttin me on to it...not usually a nail polish person but i like ur blog

    1. You're welcome thanks for reading! I appreciate it :-)