Hello my dears,
Today I will review Sun Worshiper nail polish, one of the six colors of the Poolside Summer 2010 Collection by China Glaze.
This collection includes only bright colors and Sun Worshiper makes no exception from the rule. A few days ago I reviewed Pool Party nail polish from the same collection.
Sun Worshiper is an orange neon, with very fluid and light texture and with a matte finish. Once I applied it on my nails I realized it’s kind of transparent so 2 coats weren’t enough to make the color look more opaque. I’ve applied three coats of Sun Worshiper and in the photo bellow you can see the result.
Sun Worshiper nail polish in 3 coats
I apologize for the photo quality (I still haven’t bought a new cam) and the shadows. Because the color has a matte finish I wanted to try and see how would it looked like if it were shiny. So, I’ve applied one layer of top coat and you can see the result in the photo bellow.
Sun Worshiper – 3 layers of nail polish + 1 layer of shiny top coat
Which one of these two variants you prefer? I’m more happy with the shiny Sun Worshiper. The 14 ml bottle has a retail price of $ 6.50 and it’s already available. For more information check out China Glaze website.
Sun Worshiper 3 days later
Let’s take a look together at the next photos and see how this color looks after 3 days of wearing it.
Sun Worshiper polish + top coat – after 3 days
Sun Worshiper polish no top coat – after 3 days
How do you like the results? I guess if you like neon colors and you don’t mind changing your nail polish every 2 days, you should give this color a try. On the other hand, if you like me, a girl that likes chip resistant nail polishes and doesn’t want or doesn’t have time to chance her nail colors so often, you should look elsewhere.
I hope the information and photos from this review were helpful for you guys. 🙂