Adventure Red-y - deep red creme. This is the perfect shade of red for fall, and I especially loved it on my short nails. There is a bit of brown in the base, but not so much that it looks like dried blood (like some deep reds I've seen). The formula on this one was perfect. It was practically a one-coater, but I ended up doing 2 coats.
Exotic Encounters - teal green creme. Another perfect fall variation of a color. This one was slightly dusty in the base, and also a little more teal that my picture portrays. The formula on this one wasn't as thick as Adventure Red-y, but I was still able to reach opacity in 2 coats.
I Herd That - small multi-colored and gold glitter in a clear base. The multi-colored glitter is a mix of red, green, and orange, along with the prominent gold glitter. This is one of 2 glitters in this collection. The other one being I'm Not Lion (which I don't have). These 2 glitters remind me of the small glitters in China Glaze's special glitters collection from 2009. The above picture is 3 coats, and while on macro, you can see thin spots, to the naked eye, it was full coverage.
Kalahari Kiss - yellow-based khaki creme. This one is a bit of an odd duck, much like Classic Camel from China Glaze's 2010 Vintage Vixen collection (though of course, that one is a shimmer) or Barielle's Angora Aura. In the bottle, I didn't think this one would work with my skin-tone, but I really like it on the nail. The formula was a bit streaky, and was prone to slide on the nail, so I applied a coat of CND Stickey before I swatched the above picture. With the sticky base coat, I was able to reach opacity in 2 coats. Be sure to wait a few minutes in-between coats with this one.
I really liked all of the 4 colors in this collection that I had the opportunity to review. My hands-down favorite was Adventure Red-y, mainly because of formula and application (plus, the color is really pretty). That said, there isn't one in the 4 that I wouldn't recommend.
On Safari is on sale now and China Glaze polishes retail for $7 a bottle. If you would like to see swatches of the entire collection, I recommend checking out The Polishaholic or Scrangie, as both of them have fabulous pictures of the entire collection.
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