Monday, March 31, 2014


Today I have three nail polishes from a brand called CH Nail to share with you. The CH Nail Nail Lacquers come in a bunch off really fun and bright shades, which are available at Born Pretty Store for $4.99 each. They are quite affordable compared to some other nail polish brands out there, but are they worth picking up? Read more to find out what I think about them! :-)

 ♥ CH Nail Nail Lacquers in #09, #13 & #14. 

 ♥ CH Nail Nail Lacquers in #09, #13 & #14. 

 ♥ CH Nail Nail Lacquer in #09.  

CH Nail Nail Lacquer in #09 ($4.99 for 15ml/0.5 fl.oz.) is a pretty neon green. It's quite sheer, so you definitely need to apply a couple off extra coats for it to look somewhat similar to how it looks in the bottle. It didn't go on looking streaky or patchy on my nails though, which is always a good thing. It's opaque in three coats.

It looks a bit darker in the bottle than how it looks on the nails, so be aware off that if you are thinking about picking up a bottle for yourself. It's a very cool, fun and fresh color for Spring and Summer! :-) 

 ♥ CH Nail Nail Lacquer in #13. 

CH Nail Nail Lacquer in #13 ($4.99 for 15ml/0.5 fl.oz.) is a pastel peach with a creamy finish. It's a little sheer and quite streaky, which made it a little difficult to work with. The consistency is quite thick, so make sure to apply thin coats or else it can look a bit thick and goopy on the nails. It's fully opaque in three coats.

Out off all three nail polishes here, this was the most difficult one to work with. Nonetheless it's still a very pretty shade, which makes the nails look very fresh and clean! :-) 

♥ CH Nail Nail Lacquer in #14.

CH Nail Nail Lacquer in #14 ($4.99 for 15ml/0.5 fl.oz.) is a neon pink with a creamy finish. I didn't have any issues with this shade at all. It's quite easy to work with and it's the most opaque nail polish here with only two coats.

If I could only recommend just one shade here, it would have to be this one. It's such a gorgeous pink, which is going to look so cute on the nails and on the toes for Summer. I have a feeling that I will be reaching for this one a lot! :-) 

♥ CH Nail Nail Lacquers in #09, #13 & #14. 

Overall, there are definitely some really cute and fun shades in this range off nail polishes from CH Nail. I have always been a big fan off bright nail polishes for Spring and Summer, I love how they look on the nails and how they just brighten up any outfit and makes it pop.

The CH NAIL Nail Lacquers are not the most quick drying nail polishes, but I didn't find them to be too crazy. It helps a lot if you apply a quick drying top coat afterwards. The cool thing about these is that they actually glow in the dark. How fun is that? I have never owned or tried out a glow in the dark nail polish before, so that's pretty fun! :-)

You might like this product if:
You like pastels and neons.
You like or are interested in trying out a glow in the dark nail polish.
You like cute packaging.

You might not like this product if:
You are looking for a quick drying nail polish.
You're not a big fan off bright shades. 

Where to buy?
The CH Nail Nail Lacquers is available at Born Pretty Store for $4.99 each. Neon green #09, HERE, Pastel peach #13, HERE & Neon Pink #14, HERE. Use code: GHYQ10 and get 10% off your order.

This product(s) was sent to me by Born Pretty Store for review purposes only. No payment was received for this review. My reviews are based on my personal opinions and experience using the item(s). All opinions are my own and 100% honest.

What do you think about these nail polishes? Have you tried them before? Which shade is your favorite? :-) Love, Christine♥

1 comment

  1. These are really very pretty polishes! I loved the green one :)


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