Wednesday, May 22, 2013

China Glaze Bump & Grind

     So it's been a while since my last post and I do apologize for that but I got the stomach flu...or food poisoning (not sure which) and I have been sick as a dog for the last four days. I'm starting to feel batter today...but I am nowhere near 100%. I'm as weak as a new born kitten and my stomach is just that side of pissed off at me. But I figured I would do a post anyway so you guys didn't think I forgot about all my lovely Valkyrie followers. So today I have Bump & Grind from China Glaze Texture collection to show you guys. Bump & Grind is a medium hot pink textured matte finish polish.

Indoor with flash. 

Indoor no flash. 

Outdoor in sunlight. 

Outdoor in shade. 

Indoor with flash. 

Outdoor in sunlight. 

      In all pictures above I used two coats of Bump & Grind and no top coat. The formula applied easily and dried quickly. And over all I really like this polish. It is way more textured than the Liquid Sand OPI polishes though. If fact it reminds me more of Nerds Bumpy Jelly Beans more than sand or gravel. It's like having candy on my fingertips...and I kind of like it. But a free warning if you don't like the texture of the liquid  sands you will not like this polish either. Because if Liquid Sand was too textured for you than this one is going to make you a very unhappy camper. This one is probably 2x bumpier (more textured) than any of the Liquid Sands I own...And I own quite a few of them. I also have to say that I freaking love this color. It's not like anything else I own and I just adore it. It's so bright and summery. Bump & Grind will be on my toes a lot this summer I think. The only down side is that the wear isn't as great for China Glaze Texture polishes as it is for Liquid it's kind of a trade off. But it's not a huge deal to me because I change my polish all the time anyway. Well that's all I have for you guys today. Until next time, stay classy, and stay polished.


  1. I haven't tried any of the Textured Polishes from China Glaze. But this one is so pretty! I think I will give them a try. I love textured polishes.

    1. You should. I really like the China Glaze Textures they are really different from the other texture polishes (in finish and formula).