China Glaze Sea Goddess Collection Swatches/Review


I picked up 5 of 6 of the recent textured collection by China Glaze yesterday, and they were absolutely stunning in person. I may have to go and get the 6th one because it is beautiful. Are you into the textured trend? If you are, then these are DEFINITELY for you!! But, let’s look at the ones I did pick up! ChinaGlazeSeaGoddessCollection

L-R: Sand Dolla Make You Holla, Shell We Dance, Seahorsin’ Around, Tail Me Something, and Wish Upon a Starfish

Sand Dolla Make You Holla is a deliciously scrumptious white based texture with “sprinkle-like” tidbits. This took 3 coats of the thick formula, but I made it work.


Shell We Dance is a medium pink texture with dark pink glitter. This took 3 coats of the sheer jelly based beauty!


My absolute favorite was Seahorsin’ Around! It’s the perfect teal-toned blue texture with soft blue glitters. Beautiful and opaque in 2 coats.


Tail Me Something. Lavender lovely opaque in 2 coats. Now, actually tail… er… tell me something – do you crave lavender shades in the Spring, too?!


And, this next one is what I was mainly going for, but when I saw them all sitting there so pretty – I had to have them, and for some reason, forgot the sweet mint one! Here is Wish Upon a Starfish, a soft peach-pink with golden sparkles! It took 3 coats to make this one opaque.


These are absolutely gorgeous, and if texture doesn’t bother you, then these are must-haves, especially for the Spring/Summertime! I was really impressed with the formula and it applied beautifully!

Website: Facebook: China Glaze

Purchased by me. All opinions are honest and my own.


  1. Wish upon a star looked stunning in the bottle…and then when I saw the rest of the pictures I realised it’s a textured collection 🙁 Your swatches are flawless but I just can’t get on board with textured polish – give me a super smooth, glossy finish any day

  2. I’m not a huge nail polish fan, but Seahorsing Around and Tail Me Something are just gorgeous!

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