I found these at my local Sally's a few days ago. I must admit... I'm not really ready for holiday collections, but if you don't get em now, you may not find them. My Sally's did not have all of the collection available. I will give you the entire list from China Glaze, and show you the pictures of the ones that I did find.
Poinsettia : Ruby red cream inspired by the traditional holiday plant.
Ring In The Red : No Holiday season would be exact without this glittering red polish for Holiday gatherings.
Winter Berry : Creamy,cranberry-red perfect for sipping hot cocoa by the fire.
Velvet Bow: Rich red cream color inspired by your favorite red wine.
Glittering Garland : A dazzling glittery green to match the holiday greens of pine trees, garland, and mistletoe.
Holly-Day : Looking for a bold color without the glitz? Holly-Day is a rich hunter green without the sparkle.
Champagne Bubbles : Sophisticated gold metallic with a golden shimmer.
Twinkle Lights : A mix of glittery shades to emblemize twinkling tree lights.
Snow Globe : Frosty white polish with flecks of snowy color.
Icicle : Smooth silver shimmer with a hint of flash and ice.
Tinsel Town : Bold silver, metallic glitter and the perfect match for sparkling night on the town.
Blue Year’s Eve : Ring in the New Year with this lustrous, shimmering blue.
Poinsettia. Geez this was hard to photograph. It is a bright creamy red. Leaning toward pink. Reminds me a bit of OPI's Color So Hot it Berns from the Swiss collection. Two coats, very right and pigmented. This feels almost like a jelly, but as you can see it has wonderful coverage.
Velvet Bow. Like Poinsettia this feels very jellyish. It's a nice dark wine color, reminds me of OPI's William Tell Me About OPI, or even Lincoln Park After Dark although perhaps not quite that dark. A gorgeous vampy.
Tinsel Town. Glitterbomb! This is two coats, and as you can see it covers amazingly well. This is stunning on. The mixture of gunmetal gray and bright silver works wonderfully.
Holly-day. OMG. I love this so much. Has the same jelly feel as the reds, but is a gorgeous saturated green. You need this in your life, promise.
Blue Year's Eve. This was VERY difficult to photograph. It is much brighter in real life, closer to China Glaze's Frostbite in color. It is glass flecked, which we all know China Glaze does unbelievably well. A nice blue to add to your collection if you feel so inclined.
All in all I like these. No application problems. These seem a little thin to work with, but end up well. I love Tinsel Town and Holly-day, they are my two favorites of the ones I found.
What do you think of this years collections? Are you ready for the holidays?