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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Spring 2013 China Glaze Glitz--Bitz 'N Pieces Collection

I just received details about the newest collection from China Glaze (in stores this February) and it's chock full of glitters, which means I kept the bottle shot images as large as possible so that you could better see the detail in each polish. Take a peek and let me know your thoughts!

ADD A LITTLE “GLITZ” TO YOUR GLAM
China Glaze® Introduces 6 Revolutionary Glitter Polishes with Glitz—Bitz ’N Pieces
Los Angeles, CA – (November 2012): Razzle Me, Dazzle Me with China Glaze®’s newest generation of chunky glitters, Glitz—Bitz ’N Pieces.  Gorgeous 3D glitters, combined with black Bitz ’N Pieces create a Mosaic Masterpiece on nails.  Get the perfect Scattered & Tattered look for any occasion, and show that edgy side.  Heads will surely turn as Glitz ’N Pieces entice bystanders.  So, Bling it On this winter, and add a little Graffiti Glitter to those nails.
Keep reading for bottle shots of all six shades...

The China Glaze® Glitz—Bitz ’N Pieces collection features 6 edgy, 3D glitters including:

Mosaic Madness—Deep blue glitter with black Bitz ’N Pieces

Glitz ’N Pieces—Chunky silver glitter with black Bitz ’N Pieces

Bling it On—Royal Purple glitter with black Bitz ’N Pieces

Scattered & Tattered—Luscious Red glitter with black Bitz ’N Pieces

Graffiti Glitter— Bold emerald green glitter with black Bitz ’N Pieces

Razzle Me, Dazzle Me—Pink glitter with black Bitz ’N Pieces

The China Glaze® Glitz—Bitz ’N Pieces collection will be available in February 2013 at fine salons and beauty supply stores nationwide.

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).

19 COMMENTS:

  1. Are these clear + glitter or are they colored polishes?

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  2. These are cute but don't look too unique. Seeing them on nails might make them more enticing. Of course I'm still insane over milky glitters, wanting to wear those all the time at the moment...

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  3. I'm curious about the bits and pieces bits. I think I'll need to see swatches before making an opinion. they seem to hint that this is different from "regular" glitters?

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  4. They look an awful lot like the Sequins collection that Maybelline released a while back-- so, not super unique. That being said, I LOVE glitters like this! Excited to see swatches of these!

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  5. These do look pretty... but I'm not a huge glitter fan, so I'll have to wait and see if swatches lure me in. I'm glad it's a glittery collection that's not doing much for me, because I have been purchasing way too many polishes in the last few weeks. China Glaze has just made too many gorgeous, tempting colors for me to resist.

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  6. I bet these will look better in person too.

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  7. The blue, violet, red and green are all screaming my name--thanks for the big bottle shots, G!

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  8. Love them all, but nothing new. So much glitter out there already. NO p[roblem resisting these!

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  9. I bet the "bitz n Pieces" are the same as the shard-type glitter that quite a few indie makers use in their collections. China Glaze has really been following that trend lately! (even though I thought the ones in the Cirque collection missed the mark, with the exception of Trapeeze of course!)

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  10. These remind me of Orly Flash Glam polishes - especially the purple and blue ones.

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  11. When I read "Bitz 'N Pieces", the first thing I thought of was Kibbles 'n Bits, and now I'm humming the Meow Mix jingle. Probably not what the ad agency had in mind. :P

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  12. I've never worn glitter polish much but the blue does look tempting. I don't think I've ever seen this brand in a store though!

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  13. I might need to have that pink & black glitter.

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  14. I'll have to see swatches. I'm getting tired of glitter... unless it is linear holographic.

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  15. On one hand, China Glaze makes some of the best glitter polishes. On the other hand, just seeing bottle shots makes it seem blah. Maybe all the pieces will give it more dimension or something...

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  16. That purple one looks really pretty. Eagerly awaiting swatches! Thanks for sharing the news.

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  17. Silver and black glitter? Yes please!

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  18. Silver and black glitter? Yes please!

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