Tuesday, September 29, 2009


Well yesterday I shot off an email to my China Glaze rep asking about the colored tops on the bottles. I have the official answer - for China Glaze bottles:

Hi Brooke,

No difference, some were just packaged that way because I think the marketing people thought that the silver caps might compliment some of the colors better. Same polish in all the bottles! Thanks for checking!

So there you have it! Or at least I have it since I was the one wondering, lol!


Lucy said...

Now we can all get some sleep and stop wondering about it! I only noticed it on my holos. Guess I wasn't very observant with the rest of them. I just want to get to the polish.

adorepink said...

O.M.G.That nina ultra pro polish is AMAZING. Literally, my mouth dropped and I scrolled back slowly, admiring the polishes. Now that's a hidden gem.

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