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Brighten Up with China Glaze’s Spring 2012 ElectroPop Collection

Hi guys, it’s Nelly, your resident nail polish addict here; yes I have been in hiding for a bit but there’s nothing like an amazing nail polish collection to bring you back to life. And this new ElectroPop Collection from China Glaze has done just that. Spring is just around the corner so what better way to celebrate than with some electrifying and eye-catching nail colors. Inspired by all things girly, edgy and fun, the 12 shades of ElectroPop bring out the inner rock star in all.

The ElectroPop Shades, in order of appearance, include:

Kinetic Candy – Touch the sky in light blue crème
Electric Beat – Periwinkle nails for a wink worthy performance
Aquadelic – Pool blue for nighttime gigs and daytime fun in the sun
Gaga For Green – Green lacquer for the girl craving the limelight

Sunshine Pop – Shine in the spotlight in bold yellow
Make Some Noise – Rock the mic in tangerine
Wicked Style – Party cocktail tropical punch
Fuchsia Fanatic – Fuchsia pink for the rocker diva in us all

Gothic Lolita – Steal the show on girls night out in seductive purple
Dance Baby – Hit center stage in cotton candy pink
Sweet Hook – Blow a kiss in dreamy lilac
Techno – Glitter confetti polish for a dazzling topcoat finish or all over finger tip bling

I love all of the colors and they’re fabulous on all skin tones. Check out my colors below

Thumb – Gaga for Green (3 coats)
Index Finger – Fuchsia Fanatic (2 coats but 1 coat was fine)
Middle Finger – Sunshine Pop (2 coats/3 might be best)
Ring Finger – Dance Baby (2 coats/another one where 1 coat was fine)
Pinky – Aquadelic (2 coats)

ElectroPop became available last month, so you’ll see it in stores now. Individual shades retail for $7.00; The 6-pc collections (one featured below) retails for $42.00.

Courtesy of Nelly/The Nail Polish Exchange

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