electropop: china glaze spring 2012 nail polish

china glaze spring 2012 electropop brights

It’s pedicure season! I spent some time at the nail spa in my neighborhood yesterday getting my feet and nails buffed, exfoliated and polished in anticipation of spring sandal season.

My manicurists know that I always bring in my own polish (have you seen my polish collection?), and yesterday I opted for a bright red-orange, creamy color called “Make Some Noise” from China Glaze’s spring 2012 “Electropop” collection.

china glaze spring 2012 electropop brights

{From left to right: Techno; Aquadelic; Sunshine Pop; Gaga for Green; Make Some Noise; and Wicked Style. Photo Courtesy China Glaze}

China Glaze’s “Electropop” collection is divided into “Brights” and “Lights.” “Make Some Noise” comes from the “Brights” side (above), but there are also some really great colors in the selection of “Lights.” I almost went with the creamy, sky-blue “Kinetic Candy,” but decided to save that for my fingernails in a few weeks.

china glaze spring 2012 electropop lights

{From left to right: Fuchsia Fanatic; Dance Baby; Electric Beat; Kinetic Candy; Sweet Hook; and Gothic Lolita. Photo Courtesy China Glaze}

(On my fingernails now: OPI’s “Wooden Shoe Like to Know?” from the spring 2012 “Holland” collection)

In an effort to spare you a picture of my feet, I’ve found a great representation of how this gorgeous tangerine-red nail polish looks on your nails:

china glaze electropop spring 2012 make some noise

{I love how bright and juicy this color appears! Photo Courtesy Vampy Varnish}

What I love most about the China Glaze “Electropop” collection is how bright and funky the colors are. While it may take me a bit to muster up the courage to wear “Gaga for Green” on my nails, this collection embodies the spirit of spring: luscious, juicy colors in every shade of the rainbow!

Have you gotten your first spring mani/pedi yet this season? What colors are you wearing? Tell me what colors you are loving for spring in the comments section.

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  • Morgan Brooks

    My Goodness I am loving these colors. I will surely have to check these polishes out ASAP. Thank you so much for sharing. You have such exquisite taste my dear.
    It would mean the world to me, if you’d check out my latest post!