Cleopatra and Euro Trash

Now, I know gold doesn’t look so good on me.  I just don’t care because I think it’s pretty anyway…  Cleopatra is one of the new glitter polishes released by China Glaze this Fall.  It is a very yellow-toned gold glitter polish.  I know it looks kinda boring in the picture, but I assure you, it has holographic glitter as well!  The holographic glitter shines blue, green and violet and adds a beautiful yet unexpected dimension to this gorgeous glitter polish.  This formula still has a slight grainy texture even with 2 coats of Seche Vite.  In this picture I am wearing 2 coats of Cleopatra;  I could have used 2 more coats judging by the sheerness.

Hey look!  I got a picture with a little holographic glitter showing!

The other nail polish in this picture is Euro Trash by Sinful Colors.  I’ll leave you with some comparison swatches for the heck of it.  Goodnight!




5 thoughts on “Cleopatra and Euro Trash

  1. nailfiles says:

    Tami – I know, I just love Euro Trash, it’s still eyecatching, but a little more subdued than Cleopatra. More every-day appropriate. ^^

    Kae – I know I’m going to be getting more of these, and my bank account might suffer too!


  2. Lucy says:

    I just got this and all the rest of the China Glaze collection. I must be out of my mind. This is a gorgeous gold. I’m sorry it’s sheer but it’s still lovely. I have Euro Trash but have never worn it. I wonder how the two would look together?

  3. nailfiles says:

    Lucy – You got all 50+ glitters from China Glaze?? I am SO jealous!
    I actually tried layering Cleopatra over Euro Trash; helped with the sheerness, but didn’t last long. It was chipping the very next day.

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