Swatches | Lite Brites Collection by China Glaze

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Hey guys! Today I’m super pumped to share the upcoming Lite Brites collection from China Glaze! I did purchase all 12 of these polishes and check out my live swatches on YouTube as well!

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Hot Flash at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

First up is Hot Flash. Hot Flash is a bright corally red that is completely opaque in 2 coats!  It dries down to a perfectly glossy finish.

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Hot Flash at 2 coats at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Hot Flash macro under artificial lighting.

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I’ll Pink To That at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Next up is I’ll Pink To That. I’ll Pink To That is a super bright Barbie pink with maybe a touch of fuchsia, completely opaque in 2 coats and dries down to a glossy finish.

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I’ll Pink To That at an angle under artificial lighting.
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I’ll Pink To That macro under artificial lighting.

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Bite Me at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Next up is Bite Me. Bite me is a bright corally shade with a subtle gold shimmer that dries down to a semi-matte finish. Fully opaque in 2 coats and an instant favorite for me!

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Bite Me at an angle under artificial lighting.
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BiteMe macro under artificial lighting.

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Lip Smackin’ Good at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Next up is Lip Smackin’ Good. Lip Smackin’ Good is a bright pink with subtle pink shimmer that dries down to a semi-matte finish. Opaque in 2 coats and very flattering!

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Lip Smackin’ Good at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Lip Smackin’ Good macro under artificial lighting.

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Papa Don’t Peach at 2 coats under artificial lighting

Next up is Papa Don’t Peach. Papa Don’t Peach is a bright corally orange with gold micro glitter. Fully opaque in 3 coats and dries down ever so slightly textured!

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Papa Don’t Peach at an angle under artificial lighting
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Papa Don’t Peach macro under artificial lighting.

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None Of Your Risky Business at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Next is None Of Your Risky Business. None of Your Risky Business is a neon pastel orange with a lot of yellow and is completely opaque at 2 coats and super bright without an undie. It dries down to a glossy finish.

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None Of Your Risky Business at an angle under artificial lighting.
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None Of Your Risky Business macro under artificial lighting.

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Whip It Good at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

This bright shade is Whip It Good. Whip It Good is a bright key lime yellow with a touch of green, and is completely opaque on it’s own at 2 coats! This one dries down to a glossy finish as well.

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Whip It Good at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Whip It Good macro under artificial lighting.

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Lime After Lime at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Next up is Lime After Lime. Lime After Lime is a bright neon light green and is completely opaque on it’s own again at 2 coats, plus it dries down glossy.

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Lime After Lime at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Lime After Lime macro under artificial lighting.

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What I Like About Blue at 1 coat under artificial lighting.

The blue of the collection is What I like About Blue. What I like About Blue is a turquoise leaning shade with subtle gold shimmer and is completely opaque for me in 1 thicker coat! This one dries down semi-matte.

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What I like About Blue at an angle under artificial lighting.
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What I Like About Blue macro under artificial lighting.

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I Got A Blue Attitude at 1 coat under artificial lighting.

Next up is I Got A Blue Attitude. I Got A Blue Attitude falls into the blurple range for me with some super subtle shimmer. This one was opaque for me in 1 thicker coat and dries down glossy.

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I Got A Blue Attitude at an angle under artificial lighting.
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I Got A Blue Attitude macro under artificial lighting.

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We Got The Beet at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Next up is We Got The Beet. We Got The Beet is a plum purple shade with a ton of gold micro glitter. Opaque for me at 2 coats, this one tries down slightly textured.

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We Got The Beet at an angle under artificial lighting.
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We Got The Beet Macro under artificial lighting.

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Let’s Jam at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Lastly I have Let’s Jam. Let’s Jam is a light lavender purple with a subtle blue sheen. This one was surprisingly opaque and I had complete coverage at 2 coats. Dried down glossy.

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Let’s Jam at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Let’s Jam macro under artificial lighting.

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So that rounds out my review of the new Lite Brites collection from China Glaze, all in all I found this entire collection to be impeccable! The formulas are on the thicker side and very opaque, I did have to watch for fallout on my brush but even when my nails were overloaded it was easy to swipe some off since they self level so well! Most of these could absolutely be 1 coaters with a thick enough 1st coat. If you don’t want to snag them all, my absolute favorites were Bite Me, What I Like About Blue, and Let’s Jam. Thanks so much for reading along!

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