Thursday, July 8, 2010

China Glaze Vintage Vixen Collection-Hotsy Totsy

Hotsy Totsy~6 piece set
Jitterbug~Described as a grey chrome with silver micro glitter.  This is a gorgeous silver packed with tons of micro glitter...absolutely stunning! The formula was great.  This application is two coats. Dried quickly.
Bogie~Described as a plum frost with shimmer.  This color is gorgeous in person.  It's a deep shimmering plum.  The formula was great.  This application is two coats.  Dried quickly.
Hey Doll~Described as a rose frost with shimmer.  My picture is showing this color the be a little darker than it is.  It's definitely way more rosy than the picture shows.  What a gorgeous color!  The formula was great. This application is two coats.  Dried quickly.
Foxy~Described as burgundy frost with shimmer.  This color is close to Riveter Rouge.  Its a bit of a deeper red without the micro glitter.  This is the perfect burgundy for fall.  The formula was great.  This application is two coats.  Dried quickly. 
Ingrid~Described as "Greige" creme with copper micro glitter.  This is a gorgeous color!  It really is "Greige", not quite grey and not quite beige, but a perfect combination of both, with a splash of copper micro glitter.  The formula was great.  This application was 2 coats.  Dried quickly.
Swing Baby~Described as a taupe frost with silver micro glitter.  To me this color looks a little like rose gold or a champagne color.  It is a beautiful color.  This picture definitely does not do this color justice.  The formula was great.  This application is two coats.  Dried quickly.

My faves from the Hotsy Totsy set are Swing Baby, Ingrid and Bogie.  Which one is your favorite?

China Glaze has done it again, produced another fantastic collection!  I love the colors, the names and the formulas.

China Glaze can be purchased at head2toebeauty.com and transdesign.com.

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